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All Problems Will Be Solved In 6 Months: Kiran

Posted by on March 4, 2011 0 Comment

Hyderabad: Saying that he has faced several speed breakers in his path in 100 days rule, the Chief Minister, Mr K Kiran Kumar Reddy on Friday exuded confidence that the time itself would solve some problems prevailed in the State.

In an informal chat with the media persons in his Assembly chambers, Mr Kiran Kumar Reddy said that all the problems prevailed in the face would be resolved within six months period. There was also no scope for President’s rule in the State, he made it clear and added his government would continue till 2014. The Parliament has to discuss and approve the imposition of President’s rule. Don’t think that would happen. In fact, there was no need, he maintained. The Congress would also in power after 2014 elections by winning majority of the seats, he maintained.

“We would seek votes of anybody to win in the MLC elections. The TDP was not fielding candidates in Kadapa district as it had not enough strength in the district. I had no enmity with the Opposition leader Mr Chandrababu Naidu”, the Chief Minister said.

Mr Kiran Kumar Reddy was with the hope that the current political uncertainty prevailing in the state would not last long. He also maintained that his government would last till 2014.

On resignation of the Endowments Minister, Mr Jupalli Krishna Rao, the Chief Minister accepted that he has received the resignation of the Minister and he would manage to convince him.

He also appealed to the Telangana employees to end their non-cooperation movement. The employees should think who were facing sufferings due to the movement. The parents of the Intermediate students were in dilemma whether the examination would be held or not as per the schedule. He announced that the Government would take a decision on the matter on Saturday.

“Due to some reasons, the fruits of welfare schemes were not reaching to the poor in Telangana region. With the non-cooperation by the Telangana employees, 11 lakh pensioners, 50 lakhs families, 2.4 lakh retired employees were facing hardship due to non-payments. The non-cooperation movement was causing problems in implementation of NREGP, housing and assistance to farmers”, the Chief Minister said.

Mr Kiran Kumar Reddy felt that the comments made by BJP floor leader Mrs Sushma Swaraj in the Parliament was an indication for ‘degradingness’. (NSS)

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