Naidu Squats In Well Of The House, Suspended For The Day
The Times of India Hyderabad|December 01, 2020
YSRC Accuses Him Of ‘Unruly Behaviour’

TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu and party MLAs in front of the AP Assembly after being suspended, in Velagapudi, Guntur, on Monday

Vijayawada: N Chandrababu Naidu on Monday squatted in the well of the House in protest after his demand to speak out of turn was turned down.

The resulting pandemonium led the assembly to adopt a resolution, condemning Naidu’s ‘unruly behaviour’. Later, the TDP chief and 12 of his MLAs were suspended from the House for the day. After leaving the House, the TDP leaders held a protest outside the assembly, raising slogans against the government.

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