RRR Mithun Reddy target each other in Lok Sabha

Tue Dec 07 2021 14:30:36 GMT+0530 (IST)

On multiple occasions, we have seen MPs of ruling and opposition parties targeting each other on various issues and even walking out of the Parliament as a bid to protest against the bills or discussion. But, the house witnessed something unusual when the MPs of the same party lashing out at each other. Shockingly, the MPs are from the Telugu states.



The Lok Sabha sessions on Monday saw YSRCP rebel MP Raghurama Krishnam Raju and Mithun Reddy targeting each other. As a rare sight, the MPs belonging to the same party were involved in a heated argument that stunned the members of the other parties.

To show how the YSRCP MPs are still against the rebel MP RRR, Mithun Reddy had urged that the MP is facing two CBI cases and the investigation in both cases should be completed at the earliest. Not stopping there, Mithun Reddy went on to say that RRR is not leaving any stone unturned to join the BJP so that he can escape from the two cases.

Hitting back at the fellow YSRCP MP, RRR said he has just two cases and the party chief has hundreds of cases against him and the investigation in these cases should be completed at first.

The political experts wonder why the party MPs are showing more interest in targeting each other rather than raising their voice for the interests of the state and fighting for the issues about the state.

The political experts wonder why the party MPs are showing more interest in targeting each other rather than raising their voice for the interests of the state and fighting for the issues of the state. The way the ruling party MPs used the Lok Sabha as a platform to fight against each other is letting the state down and projecting it in a bad light.

They might have issues with each other, but the issues and differences should not let the state image down. It’s high time that the MPs should keep their issues aside and come under one roof to fight for the interests of the state. Let us hope that such incidents won’t happen in the future.