The sensational cash for vote case is not going to be discussed in Telangana monsoon sessions from tomorrow, by any of the political officials, including the TRS.
Cash for vote is one such case, which has gone very viral in the dual Telugu states. Revanth Reddy was caught red handed, allegedly bribing Telangana nominated MLA Stephenson.
After that, Revanth Reddy faced many interrogations from CBI and finally the court granted him the bail with few conditions.
Cash for vote: TS officials silent after bail to Revanth Reddy
Since then, TRS officials, who are supposed to counter Revanth Reddy at every instinct, have been maintaining mum on Revanth Reddy, even though the latter is aiming Telangana government at every possible chance.
At a time, after the Phone tapping case was out, the Telangana government said that, even Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu will go to jail. However, due to unknown reasons, nothing about phone tapping case is heard again.
However, YSRCP Chief Jagan countered Naidu in assembly about cash for vote and phone tapping cases, but KCR continued to maintain silence. In fact, even in the monsoon sessions of Telangana assembly, the issues took place after the last assembly sessions are supposed to be discussed. In that sense, Cash for vote and Phone tapping issues are to be discussed, if Telangana government wants to corner AP government.
But to the shock, no such controversial issues are going to be discussed in Telangana assembly. Regarding the issues to be discussed in the assembly, on various parties representatives, has attended the “draw of lots” and picked 40 questions from the 150-odd for the first four days of the Session.
As known, six months should not be lapsed between two assembly sessions as per the constitution. So, according to that rule, assembly sessions should be started before September 25th.
TS assembly: Why Congress is silent on cash for vote?
Reacting to the silence on cash for vote case or phone tapping case, Senior Congress MLA D.K. Aruna said that they forgot to pick the cash for vote case.
However a few of the political analysts opine that, there might be some internal discussions between the dual state governments and Telangana government might be threatened by AP government and so is not able to discuss about cash for vote or phone tapping issues. But there is no point on why Congress is silent on the issue.
By Phani Ch