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CPI Demands Abolition Of Governor System

Posted by on February 18, 2011 0 Comment

Hyderabad, Feb.18 (NSS): Demanding that the Centre abolish the Governor system in the country, the CPI has alleged that the Governor, Mr E S L Narasimhan, was crossing limits in his functioning. It also demanded that the Deputy Speaker, Mr Nadendla Manohar, rethink on the suspension of the TRS and TDP members and revoke his decision.

Speaking at the Assembly media point on Friday after the adjournment of the House till Monday, the CPI member, Mr K Sambasiva Rao, said that the Congress party’s failure to spell its stand on Telangana issue was the reason for the emotional behavior of the members in the House. He pointed out that the Congress party has failed to carve out Telangana though it had given a word on separate Telangana in 2004 and 2009 elections. Consequently, the situation was becoming tense in the State.

Demanding the Telangana Congress MLAs to return home only with an assurance on separate Telangana State from their party High Command, Mr Sambasiva Rao said that they have to come along with their resignations if they failed in their mission.

Expressing concern over the attack on the Lok Satta Party floor leader, Dr Jayaprakash Narayan, the CPI leader urged the members to maintain restraint. He also demanded that the Centre introduce Telangana Bill in the Parliament budget session. (NSS)

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