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    The BRS party leaders wanted to meet Speaker Gaddam Prasad Kumar to seek disqualification of party MLAs who defected, but they couldn’t because of the Lok Sabha election code. The party leaders were upset with MLA Kadiyam Srihari and her daughter leaving the party to join Congress. They had proof against Srihari and wanted their disqualification.

    When the leaders tried to meet the Telangana Legislature Secretary, they were told he couldn’t meet them due to the election code. They also tried to approach the Speaker but failed to meet him. The party has petitioned the Speaker to disqualify Khairatabad MLA Danam Nagender, who recently joined Congress and was nominated for the Secunderabad Lok Sabha constituency.

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    A senior BRS leader mentioned that action against Nagender and Srihari was inevitable within three months as per the Supreme Court judgment. The leader criticized Nagender for joining another party after winning from a different party. The leader also mentioned that after the SC judgement, the Speaker cannot delay the decision on a disqualification petition.

    The BRS leader emphasized that the day Nagender and Srihari wore ‘kandua’, they lost their membership. The Speaker has to make a decision based on the Anti-Defection Law, and there should be no delay in this process according to the Supreme Court’s orders.

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