At this point, Venkat Reddy threw the headphones towards the podium.
The session would start with the address of Governor E S L Narasimhan.More news: Kalonzo, Mudavadi and Wetangula demand all-inclusive talks with Uhuru
As per reports, the leaders' broke microphones and threw them towards the podium where the Governor was seated.
If the Telangana government has its way, former minister and Congress MLA from Nalgonda Komatireddy Venkat Reddy might get the suspension from the assembly for one full year, for his alleged unruly behaviour causing injuries to Legislative Council chairman K Swamy Goud. He was immediately taken to the Sarojini Devi Eye Hospital in Hyderabad after the House was adjourned. The Congress members were seated on the left of the Governor. He has been admitted for observation till Tuesday.More news: Donald Trump Supports Rick Saccone At Moon Twp. Rally
Legislative affairs minister Harish Rao said the footage would be examined and then action would be taken. Congress MLAs staged a protest interrupting the Governor's speech.
Congress members raised protests on the government's poor response to farmer suicides and the crisis in the agriculture sector. However, Swamy Goud managed to bear the pain until the completion of Governor's speech. Coming out of the Assembly, Swamy Goud was reportedly seen bleeding. With the key initiatives taken up by the government to increase productivity like farm mechanization, supply of quality seeds, fertilizers, poly-houses, a record production of food grains during the year 2016-17 was 101.29 lakh tonnes, Mr Narasimhan said. Government whip in council Palla Rajeshwara Reddy told reporters that what Komatreddy Venkat Reddy did amounted to a criminal act. Bharatiya Janata Party MLAs had boycotted the governor's address. "Canards are being spread by the TRS that some Congress MLAs came drunk for the session".More news: Bose Reveals AR Audio Platform
However, Komatireddy, who had already made it clear that the Opposition would oppose the governor's address, resorted to the act.