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Assembly Privileges committee to take action against TDP MLA

Committee says it has sufficient evidence of objectionable remarks on the Speaker

Hyderabad, May 14, 2008

The Privileges Committee of the Assembly looking into the complaint of breach of privilege against the TDP MLA from Addanki, K Balarama Krishna Murty is said to have found prima facie evidence against him for his alleged objectionable remarks against the Speaker, KR Suresh Reddy. The committee headed by Gade Venkata Reddy who met on Wednesday is believed to have gathered enough evidence to take action against him for his remarks on the Speaker.

Members of the committee were said to have recommended strong action against him on the grounds that it would deter others. The meeting also felt that the report should be submitted to the Speaker when the Assembly is in session. The report is expected to be submitted to the Speaker in monsoon session according to reliable sources.

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