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Speaker tried to sow seeds of disunity by rejecting resignations: KCR

Posted by on July 27, 2011 0 Comment

Hyderabad: Telangana Rashtra Samithi president K Chandrasekhar Rao on Wednesday alleged that Speaker Nadendla Manohar had conspired with Seemandhra leaders in order to sow seeds of disunity among the Telangana elected representatives by rejecting the resignations submitted by the Legislators for the cause of separate statehood.

Talking to media persons at Telangana Bhavan, KCR appealed to elected members not to bow down to pressure tactics and stand united and fight for separate Telangana statehood until it is formed.

Responding to Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy’s decision to go ahead with recruitments for Sub-Inspector posts without the controversial Clause F 14 deleted from the Presidential Orders, the TRS Chief warned the Chief Minister of serious consequences and asked him to postpone the recruitment examination for two months to solve the problem.

Responding to MP Kavuri Sambhasiva Rao’s statement that leaders from Krishna district are also ready to submit their resignations in the event the Centre signalled that it was ready to announce a separate Telangana state, KCR slammed the Eluru MP for speaking in an ‘immature’ manner when over 600 people have committed suicides for the cause of separate statehood.

“Apart from Telangana people suffering injustice in all fields, even members of the Muslim community are also living in pathetic state in the Telangana region, despite having thousands of crores worth Wakf properties and Nizam’s lands,” KCR said.

Expressing confidence over the formation T state, he called upon all parties to making united and collective efforts towards achieving the state. (INN)

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