Two days before the commencement of the Telangana state general assembly session, Finance Minister T. Harish Rao has tested positive for Covid-19. The minister took to Twitter on Sabbatum to declare that he’s infected with COVID. He, however, said he was “fine”. “On getting initial symptoms of coronavirus, I got the check done and therefore the report came back positive. My health is ok,” tweeted Harish Rao. The minister, who is a kinsman of Chief Minister K.
Chandrashekhar Rao, requested all people who came in reality with him within a previous couple of days to isolate themselves and find the COVID check done. Meanwhile, Harish Rao’s cousin and cabinet colleague K.T. Rama Rao wanted his speedy recovery. “Get well soon Bava. I am sure you’ll recover faster than others,” tweeted Industry Minister Rama Rao. In June, Harish Rao had gone into self-quarantine once his assistant had tested positive. Although the minister had tested negative, he went into self-quarantine at his house as a precautional life.
Harish Rao is that the second Telangana minister to check positive for Covid-19. Earlier, Home Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali had tested positive and was hospitalized. He recovered in an exceeding number of weeks. Few legislators of the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) had additionally tested positive over the last 3 months. Harish Rao has tested positive a handful of days before the Telangana general assembly session is ready to start. Assembly Speaker P. Srinivas Reddy and Council Chairman G. Sukhender Reddy on Fri asked all legislators to endure the tests for COVID-19 by Gregorian calendar month six.
The monsoon session of each Assembly and Council is scheduled to start on Gregorian calendar month seven. The presiding officers of each of the homes have created it obligatory for members to point out COVID-19 negative reports to attend the session. While diagnostic centers come upon in Assembly and Council premises for legislators, those gifts in districts are urged to endure tests at their several places.