The suspended members also included Leader of the Opposition K Jana Reddy.
Hyderabad: Two Congress MLAs were expelled from the Telangana Assembly on Tuesday while 11 others were suspended for the ongoing budget session for protesting during the Governor's address to the joint sitting of Legislature.
The expelled Congress members are Komatireddy Venkat Reddy and Sampath Kumar.
When the House met on Tuesday, Speaker S Madhusudana Chary expressed anguish over the incident that took place during the opening day of the budget session on Monday in which Legislative Council Chairman K Swamy Goud suffered eye injury after being hit by an object thrown at the podium after Governor ESL Narasimhan's customary address.
Goud said he was hit by the object thrown at the podium during the playing of national anthem after the address that was marred by sloganeering Congress members who accused the TRS government of being "anti-farmer".
Legislative Affairs Minister T Harish Rao moved separate resolutions for the disciplinary action.
The suspended members included Leader of the Opposition K Jana Reddy.
TRS chief believes neither BJP nor Congress would get numbers to rule.
Dr Laxman reminded the people that both JD(S) and Congress had lost seats and a decline in numbers when compared to the last elections.
They would also understand the party ideology.
They passed a resolution stating that they would follow the footsteps of Mr Srinivas if he takes a political decision.
For the eighth consecutive day since May 14, fuel prices have increased everyday, leading to resentment among motorists.
It increased from 28.5 in 2014 to 31.4 in 2016 in the rest of the country.
India stands at 24 globally in holding events, Hyderabad at 193.
The legal metrology department recently raided several malls in the city and registered around 120 cases and seized goods worth Rs 1 crore.
Most of the offenders had above 36 points of blood alcohol content (BAC).
The victim, Selva Kumar, 50, was carrying the cash to make payments to his business clients in Hyderabad.
Siddharth Mani took to social media to say, I was given my fifth preference which is nearly 3,000 km away.
Police recovered 11 cell phones worth Rs 1.5 lakh from them. They used to sell the stolen at cheap rates in the black market.