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Speaker sits on YSRCP plea

Speaker sits on YSRCP plea
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The YSRCP complaint against two of its MPs -- K Geetha and S P Y Reddy -- to Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan seeking their disqualification for hobnobbing with the TDP is in a state of limbo. The complaint seeks their disqualification.

No pressure, no action

New Delhi: The YSRCP complaint against two of its MPs -- K Geetha and S P Y Reddy -- to Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan seeking their disqualification for hobnobbing with the TDP is in a state of limbo. The complaint seeks their disqualification.


The complaint has already been forwarded by its Parliamentary leader Rajamohan Reddy to the Speaker. However, K Geetha's office here confirms that no such complaint was brought to her notice, while the YSRCP office states to the contrary. The plea of Geetha has been that she had met TDP supremo and Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh N Chandrababu Naidu and would keep meeting him for the developmental works in her Araku constituency.

Recently, after attending a TDP Parliamentary Party meeting at AP Bhavan here, she claimed she had attended the same as a "'special invitee". Sources indicate that there is no pressure from the YSRCP in this regard on the Speaker's office nor any sufficient proof submitted to press with its case. Internally, efforts are still on to dissuade her from attending the TDP meetings in any capacity, it is said. In case of SPY Reddy too "no one seems to be in that mood" the sources say.

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