Court imposes a fine of Rs 50,000 and demands the MP to pay to the Military Welfare Fund for failing to attend for cross-examination
The BJP MP files a case against Karimnagar MLA Gangula Kamalakar alleging that he had now show his assets in the affidavit and spent huge amount in elections
AIFC state vice-president alleges Bandi Sanjay and Gangula Kamalakar are hand in glove
KARIMNAGAR, SEPTEMBER 05, 2023: The Telangana State High Court on Tuesday expressed its ire against Karimnagar BJP MP Bandi Sanjay Kumar for repeatedly abstaining for the cross-examination during the trial in the High on BRS leader and Karimnagar MP Gangula Kamalakar’s election dispute.
The High Court ordered Bandi Sanjay to pay Rs 50,000 to the Military Welfare Fund failing to attend the cross-examination. Later, the hearing was adjourned to September 20. It may be recalled that the BJP leader had approached court alleging that Karimnagar MLA Gangula Kamalakar had not shown his properties in the affidavit and spent huge amount for the electioneering against the stipulated expenditure limits of the Election Commission of India. In the 2018 Assembly elections, Bandi Sanjay lot in the hands of Kamalakar.
Talking to newsmen here on Tuesday, All-India Forward Bloc state vice president Ambati Joji Reddy demanded that the BJP MP should disclose the details about why he was not attending to the Court after filing a case against Gangula Kamalakar. Alleging that the BJP MP was purposefully avoiding the court on the pretext of staying in Delhi and USA visit, he charged that the BJP MP and Karimnagar MP Gangula Kamalakar are hand in glove and misleading the people of the district.
Flaying the BJP MP for diluting the judiciary system by abstaining to attend for cross-examining over the filing of a case against the BRS legislator, he said that Court should take stern action against the BJP MP for misleading the court by filing the affidavit and not attending for examination.