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    There was a disagreement between BRS MLAs and the police at the assembly media point. The BRS leaders were not allowed to access the media point, so they sat down and protested against the government. They were frustrated because they were not given a chance to speak inside the assembly and were also not allowed to communicate with the media outside.

    At the same time, there are heated debates in the Telangana Assembly between the ruling and opposition members about irrigation water projects. BRS strongly disagreed with Chief Minister Revanth Reddy’s comments, which led to BRS MLAs walking out of the House in protest. All the party leaders supported them in their walkout.

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    Chief Minister Revanth Reddy expressed his anger about the language used by BRS chief KCR in a meeting in Nalgonda. He criticized KCR for not attending the assembly and made comments about his actions. BRS MLA Kadiam Srihari objected to CM Revanth Reddy’s language in the assembly, saying that it was inappropriate for a Chief Minister to use such language. Srihari advised protecting the honor of the CM and criticized Rajagopal Reddy.

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