Legislator of the Telugu Desam Party from Telangana, A Revanth Reddy, was suspended, last week, from the assembly for the entire budget session.
The Legislator had not been allowed even into the lobbies and the assembly premises.
Revanth could not gain entry into the premises, as he was held back at the gate by the marshals saying he had no permission.
However, the legislator, much to the surprise of media persons and other legislators, managed to enter the lobbies of the assembly.
Telangana Rashtra Samithi MP from Peddapalli, Balka Suman, was the first to have spotted Revanth Reddy, in the assembly lobbies.
Suman was surprised and asked as to who had permitted him inside.
Revanth replied that he could enter the assembly lobbies because of Kalwakuntla Himanshu, son of minister K T Rama Rao and a grandson of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.
Revanth said, “Himanshu came to know about my suspension and my attempts to enter the lobbies and recommended to his grandfather about my entry.”
Surprisingly, KCR compelled his grandson’s request and allowed me into the lobbies.
“What the fellow legislators could not do was done by the chief minister’s grandson,” added Revanth Reddy.
At the same time, evoking laughter from the TRS leaders, the Telangana TDP leader said if the TRS had Himanshu on their side to help others, the TDP had “Devansh” (grandson of AP chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu) on their side.
Revanth Reddy is also the deputy floor leader of Telangana Telugu Desam Legislative Party, and working president of Telangana TDP.