Rajahmundry: The former chief minister, Mr K. Rosaiah, here on Sunday said that the movements for and against separate Telangana that rocked the State were mainly responsible for the poor financial condition of the exchequer.
Speaking to mediapersons, Mr Rosaiah, who was also a former finance minister, said that the State has landed in severe financial crisis owing to the continuous agitations and it will be impossible for any one to set it right overnight. Even if he had continued as chief minister, he could not have done anything to avert the crisis under the present circumstances, he added.
Mr Rosaiah also observed that the party high command could not give adequate representation to the State in the Congress Working Committee because of the volatile conditions in the State. However, the party high command would render justice to the State in the AICC and CWC shortly, he added.
The former chief minister, who came here to participate in a programme, spoke to mediapersons for a while. (NSS)