Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao was reportedly upset on the first day of Assembly with the “poor” arrangements by its staff. No chair had been arranged for members to sit in and sign the Assembly register soon after taking the oath.
According to Assembly conventions, members take the oath in standing and facing the Speaker. After the oath taking, members approach Speaker’s chair, meet him and greet him and come back to sign the Assembly register, which they do by sitting.
But to everyone’s surprise, there had been no chair arranged. Since KCR was the first member of House to take the oath, he was upset on Assembly staff for not arranging the chair. Visibly angry KCR had asked for chair and it was arranged in less than a minute. After that all the members sit in the chair and signed the register. Interestingly, KCR has stepped into the house on Monday after a gap of 10 years. During the gap, he was the Member of Parliament.