Hyderabad: Congress MP V.Hanumantha Rao warned of retaliatory attacks if Telangana students or people are attacked anywhere in Andhra region.
Talking to media persons here on Sunday, the Rajya Sabha MP condemned the alleged attack on some Telangana students in Guntur yesterday. He said violence would not solve any problem. “Violence always breeds more violence and there might be retaliatory attacks if students from Telangana are attacked in Andhra region,” he cautioned.
Hanumantha Rao also found fault with some Congress leaders criticising the deletion of Clause 14F. He said the deletion was not a new development and the subject was thoroughly discussed in the legislative assembly, before it moved to other levels. He said some leaders within the Congress were trying to mislead the people by making irresponsible statements. He said he would meet the Union Health Minister and Andhra Pradesh Congress Affairs incharge Ghulam Nabi Azad soon to give complain against specific leaders.
With reference to the demands seeking probe into the decisions taken by the cabinet of Y.S.Rajasekhara Reddy, the Congress MP said the CBI must initiate an inquiry against K.V.P.Ramchandra Rao, the then political advisor to YSR. He said the then Chief Minister YSR never took any decision without consulting KVP. Therefore, KVP would be the best person to answer all questions related to major decisions taken during the YSR regime. Infact, Hanumanth Rao advised KVP Ramachandra Rao to welcome the probe and disclose the details voluntarily to the investigating agencies, in order to bring more clarity on his image and YSR’s image.
Hanumantha Rao said that YS Jagan Mohan Reddy was trying to shield himself from the corruption charges by shifting the blame on the YSR cabinet. He also demanded that the party must take action against leaders facing corruption charges and those with tainted image. (INN)