Congress leader and Kodangal MLA A Revanth Reddy has alleged that the TRS party played two-headed snake role in Parliament by colluding with Prime Minister Narendra Modi when the TDP and other political parties tried to move no-confidence motion in the Parliament by staging protests in the House to see that the House should not be in the order.
In a pressnote issued on Friday, Revanth Reddy said that the Speaker didn’t allow the no-confidence motion move of the opposition parties showing the reason that the House was not in the order due to TRS MPs protests. He opined that there would be a chance if the discussion was held on no-confidence motion if TRS MPs maintained restraint during the no-confidence motion move. The Telangana problems would have come to the notice of the Parliament once again if the discussion was held on no-confidence motion on the assurances of division act. The TRS party obstructed the no-confidence motion colluding with BJP. He said that he was stating since the beginning of KCR’s third front slogan that it was not third front but it was Modi’s second front. It was proved in the Parliament with the TRS attitude, he pointed out. (NSS)