While the case was under investigation, the Congress government which came to power recently recommended the names of Prof. Kodandaram and Mir Amirullah Khan as Governor's Kota MLCs.
Kodandaram: The High Court broke the oath of Professor Kodandaram and Amirullah Khan who were appointed as Governor's quota MLCs in Telangana. Ordered not to take oath till 8th February. On the recommendation of the Telangana state government, both were appointed by Governor Tamilisau Soundara Rajan. Orders have been issued in this regard and a notification has also been received in this regard on Saturday. While both were to take oath on Monday, the absence of the chairman of the council caused a break. He informed that he is ill and will take oath on January 31. Kodandaram and Amirullah Khan, who came to the council, turned back.
BRS leaders approached the court
Meanwhile, BRS leaders Dasoju Shravan and Kurra Satyanarayana approached the High Court against the Governor's rejection of them as Governor's quota MLCs. He said that he was recommended by the government on July 31, 2023, and the governor, who kept it pending for three months, finally rejected it on September 25. The governor informed the then government that both of them cannot be declared as MLCs as per the rules.
Approval for new MLCs while under investigation..
While the case was under investigation, the Congress government which came to power recently recommended the names of Prof. Kodandaram and Mir Amirullah Khan as Governor's Kota MLCs. This recommendation was approved by Governor Tamilisai. Recently, Shravan and Satyanarayana asked the court to stop the swearing-in of the new MC until their case is resolved. The judge ordered that the swearing-in be stopped for the time being.
Is that why the swearing is postponed..
Meanwhile, while the new MLC's swearing-in is on Monday, it seems that the chairman of the council postponed it strategically. As the hearing on the petition of Shravan and Satyanarayana was held on Tuesday, the chairman of the council, Gutta Sukhender Reddy, is spreading the word that the hearing has been postponed on the pretext of illness. The break in the oath-taking of the court, which was held on Tuesday, is now a topic of discussion.