The President of the YSR Congress Parliamentary Party (YSRCPP) and Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy urged Lok Sabha spokesman Om Birla to respond to the new petition they submitted to MP K. Raghu Ramakrishna To disqualify Raju for alleged anti-party activities. It was undesirable to have him attend the house if he were morally, legally and ethically excluded from it.
In a letter to the spokesman, Jagan, YSRCPP leader V. Vijayasai Reddy, leader of the Lok Sabha PV Midhun Reddy and chief whip Margani Bharat stated that the delay in handling previous requests to disqualify Mr. Ramakrishna Raju from the people of Narsapuram is represented by a person who is not entitled to be a Member of Parliament.
The delay also contradicted the Supreme Court ruling of K. Megha Chandra Singh V / s spokeswoman for the Manipur Legislative Assembly, which set a time limit of three months for such disqualification requests to be processed.
The YSRCPP leaders said it was unfortunate that instead of responding to a disqualification request filed 11 months ago, the spokesman asked them to change it now under the 1908 Code of Civil Procedure.
They called it a “clerical response” and said the issue should have been brought to their attention sooner and not after two parliamentary sessions. However, a new petition would be tabled with all the requirements in the speaker’s reply. The original disqualification request was submitted on July 3, 2020. The spokesman assured the YSRCPP that action would be taken in a timely manner, but had not yet responded, they regretted.