KARIMNAGAR:TRS MP B Vinod Kumar has threatened to stall the ensuing monsoon session of the Parliament if the High court at Hyderabad is not bifurcated by July 21. He accused the NDA government of acting against the interests of Telangana state. “If the High Court is not bifurcated on or before July 21, TRS MPs will stall the ensuing parliament session and grill the Prime Minister,” Vinod Kumar has said.
Speaking to newsmen here on Thursday, he said: “Prime Minister Narendra Modi and law minister Sadananda Gowda had promised to bifurcate the High Court in the earlier session, but it was being delayed as they were influenced by AP chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu,” he alleged.
He said that there are many corporations yet to be divided as per the AP Reorganization Act and alleged that freezing Telangana government’s accounts related to beverages corporation was a clear instance of the NDA government’s bias.
Referring to the ‘cash-for-vote’ scam accused MLA Revanth Reddy’s comments against KCR, he said that the accused had violated court orders by travelling outside Kodangal Assembly constituency. The TRS leader said that Chandrababu Naidu was behind the comments made by Revanth Reddy.