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Revanth Reddy resents CM’s silence on lawyers, judges stir

Wed, Jun 29, 2016, 07:28 PM
Hyderabad, June 29: Strongly criticizing the attitude of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Reddy in dealing with agitating judges and lawyers, TDP Telangana working president A Revanth Reddy today urged the Governor to call immediately a meeting of chief ministers of both Telugu speaking States and try to resolve the issue amicably.

Speaking to the media along with TDP politburo member Ravula Chandrasekhar Reddy, Revanth Reddy urged the Governor to intervene and try to resolve the problem. The Governor, who is in-charge of the two Telugu States, cannot be a mute spectator when the situation was going out of control following agitation by the lawyers, he said.

Refuting charges of MP Kavitha against AP Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, Revanth Reddy said TRS leaders are taking advantage of the situation for their political gain when lawyers and judges are agitating to resolve their problems. Extending party support to the agitating lawyers and judges, he said his party would meet the Acting Chief Justice of the High Court to revoke the suspension of judges and allow them to join duty, who are agitating for their justified demands. He said the Centre should not only resolve the issue but also implement all the issues envisaged in A P Reorganisation Act.

Condemning the statement of Union law minister Sadananda Goud on the issue, Revanth Reddy said Chandrababu Naidu has no connection with the bifurcation of the High Court. Bifurcation of the High Court is a Central government issue, and Chandrababu Naidu has nothing to do with it, he clarified.

On the comment of TRS MP Vinod that there were lapses in Section 30 of the AP Bifurcation Act, Ravula said it was surprising to know that the MP was raising the issue now as this issue was already raised by TDP demanding the need to amend Section 30, 31 () and 94 (3). The Centre, the Governor and Chief Ministers should try to resolve the issue amicably, he said.

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