Hyderabad: The TRS chief, Mr K. Chandrasekhara Rao, has expressed anger at the Union Home Minister, Mr P Chidambaram, for stating that consensus was needed for resolving the Telangana tangle.
Talking to the media after unveiling statue of Telangana ideologue Prof. Jaya Shankar at the Telangana Bhavan here on Saturday, Mr KCR said the Telangana issue would turn into a vicious snake, entangle Mr Chidambaram’s neck and ultimately bite him. He said the Union government, which was taking one excuse or another on the Telangana issue would be taught a fitting lesson by the people in 2014.
Stating that the Union government had sung the same old song on Telangana, he said he had never expected a professional like Mr Chidambaram to make such a meaningless statement. Counseling that the Union minister should develop some self-respect, Mr KCR has appealed to the people of Telangana not to lose their patience. He reiterated that achieving Telangana was their ultimate aim. He appealed to the people not to get disillusioned and work with renewed vigor to achieve Telangana.
Speaking on the occasion, the Medak MP, Ms Vijaya Shanti, said the people of Telangana were capable of spurning the tactics of the Seemandhra leaders.