Arvind Kejriwal slams Narendra Modi for detention of TDP MPs

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Telugu Desam Party MPs were on Sunday detained here by the police when they were going to protest near Prime Minister Narendra Modi's residence, demanding special status for Andhra Pradesh. During the informal meet, Kejriwal expressed his support to the MPs.

"The prime minister is the person to take decisions on special category status".

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All the agitators have been detained at the Tughlak Road police station, where the Delhi CM met them as a show of solidarity with their cause. After repeatedly requesting them to go back to their seats, an exasperated deputy chairman P J Kurien threatened them with suspension: "Should I proceed with Rule 256?". "This is arrogance. We condemn this and completely support their demand", the chief minister said.

On Friday, party MPs staged a protest in Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan's chambers but were removed by security marshalls later in the evening.

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The hours-long drama ended only at night after the TDP MPs were marshalled out of the House.

"People believed us that we will fight for SCS". The two leaders also discussed the special category status promised to Andhra Pradesh.

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On Friday, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu accused the Centre of acting in an autocratic manner and scuttling the various efforts to bring the no-trust motion up for discussion in Parliament, PTI reported. Another TDP MP Rammohan Naidu has condemned the act of the Centre to detain them and disrupt their "peaceful", "democratic" protest. The TDP had issued no-confidence motion notices against the government.