Hyderabad: The TRS Chief, Mr K. Chandrasekhara Rao, on Wednesday appealed to the elected representatives of the Telangana region to mount pressure on the Centre by submitting their resignations once again.
Speaking to the media at TRS Bhavan here on Wednesday while admitting eight TDP Councillors of Medak into the party, Mr KCR said the Seemandhra leaders were trying to divide the Telangana leaders to rule the State. He said the Telangana leaders were now showing unity by resigning to their positions en masse irrespective of parties. He called upon the leaders to show their unity once again by tendering resignations once again. He said that the Centre would come down if the Telangana Public Representatives submitted their resignations once again. He made it clear that he would not show his back till Telangana State was achieved.
Mr KCR alleged that the Seemandhra leaders were once again trying to disturb the unity of Telangana leaders. Unity will alone protect the interests of Telangana people, he said, adding that the rejection of resignations by the Legislative Speaker, Mr Nadendla Manohar, was against the spirit of Constitution and was a political conspiracy. Stating that the Telangana movement has reached its peak, Mr KCR said the Eluru MP, Mr Kavuri Sambasiva Rao was speaking all nonsense.
It was not proper for the Chief Minister, Mr N Kiran Kumar Reddy, to conduct SI written examination without removal of 14(F) Clause from Presidential Order. He warned the Chief Minister that he has to own the responsibility if something happened in the conduct of SI examination without removal of 14(F) Clause. Demanding the Chief Minister to conduct the SI examination only after removing the 14(F) Clause, Mr KCR said the Chief Minister was least bothered about the suicides of the students in the Telangana region.
Ridiculing the statement of Mr Kavuri Sambasivarao, Mr KCR said that the Telangana State has centuries’ of history as a separate State, but the Krishna district was never a separate State. He said the Singur Project never got a single drop of water under the Andhra rule.