TJAC chairman Prof. M Kodandaram has alleged that there was no way to meet the Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao though there may be way to heaven.
Speaking to the media here on Tuesday, Kodandaram said that one can understand that the situation in the state was in deteriorating state as there was no way to meet the Chief Minister. Making it clear that the JAC was extending its full support to the demands of employees, Kondaram said that decision on CPS would be taken by the state government and asked the state government to take a decision on it immediately.
Reacting on resignation of advocate general (AG) D Prakash Reddy, Kodandaram said that it was not possible to AG office act to the tunes of government. Finding fault with the expulsion of Congress members, Kodandaram said that the Speaker has the authority of suspending the members and not expulsion authority. (NSS)