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    Hyderabad: BRS leaders to play ‘Chaavu Dappu’ outside homes of defected MLAs

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    Leaders of the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) are working hard to apply the anti-defection law against MLAs who have left the party. They are upset that action has not been taken against the defected MLAs, and have submitted a petition to the Speaker regarding this issue.

    The BRS leaders are particularly concerned about MLAs who have joined the Congress party, such as Danam Nagender and Kadiyam Srihari. They have taken their case to the High Court, with MLA Padi Kaushik Reddy filing a petition to disqualify Danam Nagender after he switched parties. The petition will be heard on April 15.

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    BRS MLA KP Vivekanand has accused Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy of controlling all systems in the state and influencing the Speaker’s office. He mentioned the difficulties they faced in trying to meet with the Speaker to discuss disqualifying MLAs Kadiyam Srihari and Tellam Venkat Rao.

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    The BRS leaders believe that MLAs who have defected should be disqualified, citing an example from Himachal Pradesh where defected MLAs were disqualified by the Speaker. They are prepared to take further action if necessary, including staging protests and seeking intervention from the courts.

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    Additionally, BRS leaders criticized Chief Minister Revanth Reddy for encouraging defections and questioned whether defected MLAs or the Chief Minister himself should be held accountable for these actions.

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