The nonattendance of upwards of 18 MLAs having a place with administering YSR Congress party during the deciding on vital goals presented in the Andhra Pradesh gathering on annulment of state administrative board on Monday evening is found out to have infuriated boss priest Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy.
Out of 151 MLAs of the decision party, putting aside speaker Tammineni Sitaram, just 132 MLAs of YSRC participated in the democratic, aside from solitary Jana Sena Party MLA Rapaka Varaprasad. Thus, taking all things together, 133 part partook in the democratic, demonstrating that upwards of 18 MLAs avoided casting a ballot.
Truly, there were just 121 MLAs of the YSRC in the get together when the Speaker requested conclusion of the entryways of the House after the ringing of majority chime.
Be that as it may, the authorities apparently cautioned the Speaker that numerous MLAs were absent in the House. Thus, the Speaker required a register of the MLAs to get some time and in the in the mean time, a portion of the YSRC MLAs moving in the anterooms had to come back to the House.
However, when the Speaker requested the conclusion of the entryways once more, there were just 133 individuals in the House, including Rapaka. Having no other choice, Sitaram proceeded with casting a ballot.
The YSRC pioneers are attempting to conceal the nonappearance of the MLAs saying they had avoided the House because of correspondence hole, as they didn’t know about the need of casting a ballot.
In any case, there is a discussion that these 18 YSRC MLAs including whips Chevireddy Bhaskar Reddy and Dadishetty Raja intentionally refrained from casting a ballot.
Jagan allegedly made enquiries about their nonappearance and cautioned them of genuine activity for challenging the gathering orders.
He is found out to have said their nonattendance had imparted wrong signs to the gathering unit. There is no data yet concerning what activity he would start against them.