The MLA’s action was extremely reckless and promoted animosity and hostility among the various religions.
The PD Act Review Board on Wednesday rejected the appeal of suspended BJP MLA T Raja Singh to reconsider the decision to keep him in custody.
The MLA’s wife claimed that the PD Act was invoked for arresting her husband solely to appease a certain segment of society.
The manner in which all of the cases against him were brought against him, it was further stated, clearly raises doubts about the veracity of the accusations.
The detained person was identified as Syed Adahu Quadri, a resident of Old Malakpet.
Coming down heavily against the BJP, Vikramarka, addressing a press conference, said the BJP has been attacking the State like locusts by damaging the constitutional values, integrity, and secular fab
The opposition BJP and TRS entered into a war of words, with the saffron party's state chief alleging the TRS was trying to trigger communal riots.
As the video of Raja Singh went viral, police swung into action and registered a suo moto case against him at Shahinayathgunj police station in the city.
Singh said that the State government purchasing power at a higher cost, owing discoms Rs 50,000 crore and the economic bankruptcy created by mismanagement of the government is no excuse.
As the evidence of the prime witnesses and the injured persons did not support the case due to their absence, the court found all the accused not guilty due to lack of evidence.
On careful examination of the direction given by the High Court, the Speaker refused to admit them.
He strongly condemned the way the MLAs were arrested when they tried to protest outside the assembly, after their suspension.