As the defection of MLAs from his Party continues in Andhra Pradesh, YS Jagan is planning to reach Supreme Court, in the wake of its recent Uttarakhand ruling.
Even as many as 17 MLAs left his YCP to join Telugu Desam, there are more names of probable defectors doing rounds in the State. After the announcement for Rajya Sabha elections, the party is trying to take some serious steps to counter the defections. As per current numbers, TDP has to get 3 seats with YCP getting one among the 4 vacant seats.
While TDP is trying to take away even that one seat from YCP, Jagan and his associates are trying to take action on their defected MLAs eyeing the Uttarakhand judgement. It is reported that the party may reach Supreme Court to disqualify their MLAs who have joined the ruling TDP.
The party leaders have reportedly approached senior advocate Harish Salve to represent their case in the Apex Court. The party is also in a hurry to reach the Court as the Rajya Sabha elections are being held only in month on June 11. The party can have serious chance to make a case for themselves under anti-defection law, if they can prove that their MLAs are with TDP. It is said that the party is also trying to submit images and videos of their defectors with the TDP as a proof.