The Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly saw the suspension of several TDP MLAs for the third consecutive day today.
Assembly Speaker Thammineni Seetharam suspended nine MLAs of the party from the house for a day.
The Speaker took the decision after the MLAs disrupted Chief Minister Y S Jaganmohan Reddy while he was speaking about the construction of the state's Polavaram irrigation project.
The MLAs not only interrupted the CM, but also raised slogans against the state government.
After multiple exertions at getting them to subdue the noise failed, the Speaker suspended the offending MLAs from the House.
Following this, opposition leader Nara Chandrababu Naidu and several other TDP MLAs also left the House in protest against Seetharam's decision.
The TDP MLAs have been lashing out at the state government since the first day of the Assembly's winter session on November 30, which has resulted in much chaos in the House, and has led to their repeated expulsion.
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