Hyderabad, Feb.11 (NSS): The BJP senior leader Mr Ch Vidyasagar Rao demanded the Union Home Minister Mr P Chidambaram to tender an apology to the Telangana people for setting up Justice Srikrishna Committee without constitutional status. He also opined that the minister Mr Darmana Prasada Rao has no right to continue in the State Cabinet for dubbing the Ministers from Telangana region as ‘national betrayals’ for asking separate State, at the time of submitting report on behalf of Ministers from the Seemandhra region.
Speaking to the media at State BJP office here on Friday, Mr Vidyasagar Rao said that he waited all these days for the pucca information on this issue. Showing the notice copy served to the minister Mr Darmana by the Union Home Ministry, he said that he asked the Union Home Ministry to provide the report submitted by the Seemandhra ministers under Right Information Act. Responding to it, the Union Home Ministry served a notice to Mr Darmana seeking an explanation. Mr Vidyasagar Rao said that he will go to Court after receiving the explanation from the Union Home Ministry.
He demanded the Union Home Minister to tender an unconditional apology for deceiving Telangana people by admitting in the State High Court that the Justice Srikrishna Committee was not a constitutional one. He also demanded the Centre to introduce the T bill in the forthcoming Parliament budget session.
He alleged that the Chief Minister Mr N Kiran Kumar Reddy was not only Cricket player but also a Kabadi player and hence he was playing with the people at the Rachchabanda programmes.
Finding fault with the PRP Chief Mr Chiranjeevi’s allegation that the BJP was a party of two seats, Mr Vidyasagar Rao asked the former, who used to criticize the Congress before elections tooth and nail, to spell out as how he joined with the Congress party. He said that in other countries, there was a system to recall the leaders who slips on their word and added that he would write a letter to the BJP high command to make the Centre introduce the same system in India. (NSS)