Hyderabad minor gang rape: BJP MLA Raghunandan Rao comments on backlash for releasing pictures, videos
He has advised those seeking his indictment to raise real questions about the involvement of MIM MLA's son instead of holding protests outside his residence.
He also cautioned the police of tampering with the CCTV footage and other evidence, wanting that he will furnish all the evidence available to him to the court at an appropriate time.
A case was registered against Sections 341, 342 and 506 of the IPC against the BJP legislator and two others.
Party leaders downplay discord between Raghunandan and Bandi, call it minor difference
On careful examination of the direction given by the High Court, the Speaker refused to admit them.
The BJP MLA hoped that those responsible for the delay are brought to justice.
“They had planned it all just before the budget session with a clear intention to remove BJP MLAs from the house, just to suppress the voices of the opposition,” alleged M Raghunandan Rao
He strongly condemned the way the MLAs were arrested when they tried to protest outside the assembly, after their suspension.
Rao asked KCR to avoid stirring up passions on regional lines between North and South India, as it was only because of support from north Indian MPs that Telangana had become a reality.
He pointed to the State government’s ‘Samagra Kutumba Survey’ in 2015 which should have included the BCs census as well.
He also hit out at the Chief Minister saying that if the K Chandrasekhar Rao really loves the SC community, he should extend the Dalit Bandhu scheme in his home district of Siddipet.
Hitting out at Finance Minister T Harish Rao, BJP MLA M Raghunandan Rao on Monday advised him to go to Bangladesh to get a better picture of the country’s governance.
BJP MLA M Raghunandan Rao further said Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao claimed to go on a hunger strike, but did not.