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‘T’ bill may not be possible in Budget sessision: Madhu Yashki

Posted by on February 11, 2011 0 Comment

Hyderabad, Feb.11 (NSS): The Nizamabad MP Mr Madhu Yashki Goud has opined that the introduction of the Telangana bill in the ensuing Parliament budget session may not be possible.

Speaking to the media, after the British ambassador called on him at his residence here on Friday, Mr Yashki said that the Congress MPs from Telangana region would extend full support to the proposed non-cooperation movement demanding the Centre to introduce the ‘T’ bill in the Parliament budget session. He said that he will participate in the meeting to be organised by the employees unions to discuss on non-cooperation movement. He said that the MPs and MLAs from the Telangana region were going to Delhi to meet the Congress Core Committee to pressurise it on separate State.

He said that he never given priority to the Justice Srikrishna Committee as it was not a constitutional body. It was set up to have   consultations with the people and various political parties in the state. He said that even Attorney General too expressed same opinion in the State High Court on Justice Srikrishna Committee.

He said that the merger of TRS in the Congress party depends on creation of separate Telangana State. He said that the TRS Chief Mr KCR has  earlier made it clear that he was ready to merge his party in the Congress party if the Centre created separate State.
Responding on a query, he said that it was possible for  Mr KCR to look after the reconstruction of the Telangana development even being in the Congress party.

He said that he made it clear to the British Ambassador that there will not be any problem to the industry if separate Telangana was created. He said that Telangana issue was an internal matter of the country and  business was related to global market and nothing will happen to the business even though the Telangana State was created. He said that there was no problem to the ‘brand Hyderabad’ and added that  many were settled here like Iranis in Hyderabad. He said that  all facilities like railways and other developments were not new to this City, which  has a  great history before merger of Hyderabad with the Andhra region. (NSS)

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