Senior Congress leader Komatireddy Venkat Reddy who was expelled from the Assembly for his unruly behavior in the Assembly has decided to challenge the House’s decision in the Court.
He, who sat on a 48-hour-long protest fast at Gandhi Bhavan here at 5 pm on Tuesday, in protest against their expulsion from the House, announced he is ready for a legal battle against the government’s move. “The Assembly Speaker has no right to expel us from the House, unilaterally. We have decided to take legal recourse in order to get justice.
Komatireddy further labeled the Telangana CM KCR as a Dictator and challenged the TRS party to compete with them in the 2019 elections.
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