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The members included BJP floor leader G. Kishan Reddy and K. Laxman, Raja Singh, NVSS Prabhakar and Chintala Ramachandra Reddy.
The MLAs were seen protesting in the well of the house despite repeated requests by Assembly Speaker. to refrain from doing so.
Expressing anger over the same, one of the suspended leaders K.
Laxman said they will expose the government's real face.
"We will expose the real face of the government. When we raised the question asking why the government is silent on physically challenged and disabled people, they suspended us. We will go between the people, fight and teach the government a lesson," Laxman told ANI.
"The Chief Minister is feeling insecure after the big BJP win in Uttar Pradesh," he said.
Earlier in March, Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao had said that the state assembly would pass two legislations during the ongoing Budget Session to enhance reservation for the Scheduled Tribes and Muslims.
Rao asserted that two bills would be tabled and passed during the ongoing session, adding that he would then lead an all-party delegation to New Delhi to urge the Centre to include the legislations in the Constitution's 9th Schedule as was done in the case of Tamil Nadu.
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