Hyderabad: On Monday, Supreme Court will hear a petition seeking suspension of 25 Telangana MLAs.
According to the news publish in the Times of India, the MLAs who had departed from opposition parties to the ruling TRS.
The Supreme Court had issued notices to Speaker of Telangana Legislative Assembly, S Madhusdana Chary, and the defected MLAs and directed them to reply to the petition filed by Congress MLA from Alampur, S A Sampath Kumar.
On Monday, the defected MLAs are to file their counters to the notice Advocate General K Ramakrishna Reddy is expected to file his counter.
Sampath Kumar in his petition to the Supreme Court desired a direction to the Speaker of Telangana Assembly to suspend turncoat legislators.
He stated before the court that despite petitioning the Speaker, seeking disqualification of the MLAs, no action was taken for the last two years.
Sampath Kumar has confront the discharge of his earlier petitions filed before the Hyderabad High Court.
Joseph Kurian and Shiva Kirthi Singh, a Supreme Court bench, issued notices to the Speaker and MLAs, and ordered them to respond within three weeks, while allowing the appeal.