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Hyderabad, February 13, 2007

The Budget session on Tuesday witnessed with walkouts, encroachments into podium, display of placards, noise and din when the Budget session of the Legislative Assembly commenced its business. Four major Opposition parties staged walkouts after the Government rejected a judicial probe into the DSC examination scam in Kadapa district.

As the Speaker KR Suresh Reddy rejected five adjournment motions, three-opposition parties protested by staging a walkout. At one particular point of time, the Speaker left with no alternative except to adjourn the House for ten minutes to restore order in the House. The adjournments pertained to rising prices of essential commodities tabled by the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) while the CPM insisted a debate on the police firing on the tribals in Bhadrchalam where a protest was organized against the construction of Polavaram project.

The CPI tabled a motion demanding that the State Government ensure uninterrupted power supply to agricultural pump sets. When the Speaker disallowed the adjournment motions, the CPM and TDP members, who were holding placards rushed towards to the podium demanding discussion on the issue.

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