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    The Telangana High Court’s single bench of Justice Kunuru Lakshman directed the Special JFCM for Excise cases to handle a private complaint against CM A. Revanth Reddy quickly and lawfully. The court disposed of the criminal petition filed by BJP State general secretary Kasam Venkateswarlu, who wanted the complaint to be looked into promptly.

    The complaint against CM Revanth Reddy stemmed from comments he made at a public meeting on May 4. The petitioner disputed the CM’s remarks that the BJP would change the Constitution to remove reservations for SC, ST, and BCs. The court noted that the magistrate handling the case had simply adjourned it without proper consideration, which was criticized by the High Court.

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    Another case mentioned in the article involves three BRS MLAs who defected to the Congress without resigning from their party. Justice Bollam Vijaysen Reddy has directed various officials and the MLAs to file their counter-affidavits by June 27. The judge was adjudicating writ petitions filed by BRS MLAs seeking the disqualification of the defected MLAs.

    Overall, the Telangana High Court is overseeing cases related to a private complaint against CM Revanth Reddy and the defection of three BRS MLAs to the Congress. The court is urging expedited and lawful handling of these matters.

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