The Friday (June 13, 2014) speech inside the Telangana state assembly and council by KCR, the Chief Minister of Telangana, has grabbed the attention of not only the people of the state, but also the political analysts. His speech was immaculate which had an impact on the opposition party leaders, MLAs and MLCs as well; and forced them to welcome his proposals instead of criticising them. It was like a never seen episode to many as far as Indian politics are concerned. It was the healthy debate that is intended to happen every time.
Conventionally, the assembly sessions go on in an action-reaction mode. But, the Friday assembly session was purely contradictory to what has been practiced otherwise in the legislative houses.
The other angle in KCR was seen palpably. His speech brought out two factors that he was keen to undertake the development related aspects that have been promised in their election manifesto; nevertheless, he was also keen to get some time to do the same. Of course, Rome was not built in a day.
KCR made it a mention that he would consider the opinions of all party accord for major issues that is of course the foundation of a true democracy.
From the other end, Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India, at the centre is also keen to undertake all the possible development related activities. Truly, if this could have happened years before, India could have been enlisted under the developed countries by now. It is better late than never!!
Even a walk of 1000 miles begins with a single step. So, each and every positive move made by the leaders would fetch the glory to the nation, for sure. Let’s hope the same pace is maintained throughout and the desired change is brought in by the leaders concerned.