Three nominated BJP MLAs denied entry into Puducherry Assembly, Kiran Bedi says law will take its own course
Three nominated BJP legislators were denied entry into the Puducherry Assembly on Monday.
Chennai: Three nominated BJP legislators were denied entry into the Puducherry Assembly on Monday.
The Madras High Court had recently upheld the nomination of the three legislators - V Saminathan, KG Shankar and S Selvaganapathy.
Responding to it, Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi said that law will take its own course, according to ANI.
Meanwhile, three AIADMK members walked out of the Assembly in protest against the central government for not setting up the Caurvery Management Board (CMB).
They walked out when Bedi began her speech to the budget session of the Assembly.
With inputs from IANS
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