Komatireddy throws headphones in TS Assembly! TRS MLC Swamy Goud eye injured!


The Telangana Legislative Council chairman Swamy Goud was injured by a flying headphone that was thrown by Congress members at the Governor ESL Narasimhan during the Governor's address to a joint sitting of the Telangana Legislative Assembly and Council here on Monday.

Reddy and other Congress MLAs were protesting the K Chandrashekar Rao (KCR)-led Telangana government's indifferent attitude towards rising farmer suicides in the state. Congress MLAs and MLCs stood up holding up placards, trying to shout over Narasimhan.

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They even tore the copy of the speaker's speech and threw it into the air. He was immediately taken to the Sarojini Devi Eye Hospital in Hyderabad after the House was adjourned. The doctors, who conducted a CT scan of his face, ruled out serious injury to his eye but are learnt to have suggested that he be under observation for 24 hours. The ruckus continued in the house while the governor quickly completed his speech and left the hall. "They came to the House planned to create disturbances. What would have happened if the headphone hit the governor, causing him injuries?" Opposition Congress MLAs have obstructed the Governor's speech in the assembly. "Based on the report, we shall take action against the MLA", he said.

The state government has announced an investment support scheme for farmers, but the opposition Congress and BJP allege that the TRS government has failed to implement its farm loan waiver effectively and also in providing MSP to farmers for different crops. Goud suffered injuries as a microphone, allegedly thrown by Congress MLC Komatireddy Venkata Reddy hit him. He said the marshals deployed by the government outnumbered the legislators. The Governor, who wished that fruitful debate should take place on people's issues, concluded his address calling for happy living of every citizen with spiritual values.