Shabbir fears legal repercussions of BC Commission headed by Ramulu, flays KCR over his superstitious beliefs

Hyderabad: Leader of opposition in Telangana Legislative Council Mohammed Ali Shabbir expressed concern over the formation of BC Commission headed by social activist Ramulu and expressed fears of legal repercussions. He also flayed Chief Minister over his superstitious beliefs due to which he is undertaking construction of official residence thereby levying a heavy burden on the state’s exchequer.

Mr. Shabbir announced to resign from opposition leader’s post if TRS gets more than 50 pc seats in ensuing by-elections of 25 assembly constituencies. Addressing a press conference here at Assembly Committee Hall Mr. Shabbir said that Chief Minister is not sincere in providing 12 pc reservations to Muslims.

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