Members of the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) in the Telangana Legislative Council demanded an apology from Chief Minister A. Revanth Reddy for his remarks about MLCs. The MLCs protested in the house, urging the Chief Minister to apologize for his derogatory comments about MLCs. They raised the issue as soon as the house convened and later surrounded the chairman’s chair, chanting slogans against the chief minister.
The BRS’s MLC criticized certain remarks made by the Chief Minister in an interview with a Telugu news channel. Led by K. Kavitha, they wore black scarves in protest, emphasizing that the Chief Minister, as the protector of the House’s honor, should refrain from making such remarks. Council Chairman G. Sukhender Reddy informed the MLCs that he had forwarded their complaint against the Chief Minister to the Assembly Secretary.
Ministers T. Nageswara Rao and Jupally Krishna Rao criticized the BRS members for disrupting the House proceedings. They urged opposition members to allow the debate on the motion of thanks to the governor for her address. Amid continued protests, the Chairman adjourned the House. Earlier, the BRS MLCs staged a protest against the Chief Minister on the Council premises.
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