Hyderabad: In-charge of Congress Affairs in the state Ghulam Nabi Azad on Friday on advised Telangana Congress leaders not to take any hasty decision on Telangana as the issue was linked to other states.
Talking to media persons after meeting Ministers and MLAs at the party’s newest and perhaps the most glittering acquisition K Chiranjeevi’s residence, Mr Azad reiterated that Telangana issue was sensitive and cannot be solved in a single day.
Advising the Telangana Congress leaders not take any drastic decisions, he asked them to maintain restraint and patience over the issue.
“The decision on Telangana needs unanimity, not only on the state level but also on the national level as it is linked to other states also,” Mr Azad stated.
“The problem cannot be solved through resignations. We can find solution to this problem only through dialogue,” the Union Health Minister stated and added the Centre would invite all-parties for convention in New Delhi soon to find a solution to Telangana.
The High Command’s representative also took pains to point out that the Centre would take into account the aspirations of the people of the region and their sentiments before taking any decision on the separate statehood issue.
He said the Congress party has been strengthened in the state with the merger of Praja Rajyam Party and appointment of PCC chief Botsa Satyanarayana.
Reacting on the role of Mr Chiranjeevi, Mr Azad he said that the Prime Minister and the High Command would take a decision on it.
Meanwhile, Seemandhra Forum convenor S Sailajanath submitted a memorandum to Mr Azad, pointing out the advantages of maintaining status quo in the state.
Mr Sailajanath’s memorandum also opposed the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh.(INN)