Hyderabad: The Telangana senior Congress leader and former minister, Mr Jeevan Reddy, has advised the Chief Minister, Mr N. Kiran Kumar Reddy, to shun his dictatorial style and taking unilateral decisions on important issues.
Speaking to mediapersons here on Sunday, Mr Jeevan Reddy questioned the Chief Minister whether it was reasonable for him to declare that written examination for recruitment of police sub-inspector posts will be conducted in spite of the State Assembly passing a resolution for deletion of the controversial 14(F) clause from the Presidential Order.
The former minister also felt that it was not proper for the Chief Minister to repeatedly pressurize the Telangana ministers to resume their duties without the Union government solving the issue by holding talks with the Telangana leaders. He also advised Mr Kiran Kumar Reddy to mend his style of functioning as the Chief Minister keeping in view the future of the Congress party and its leaders in the region.
Mr Reddy also strongly felt that when the ministers of the region were abstaining from their duties, the Telangana MPs too should keep off the ensuing session of Parliament to build pressure on the party high command to concede the Telangana demand.