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TD T-Forum Vows To Paralyse House Till T-Bill Tabled In Parliament

Posted by on February 17, 2011 0 Comment

Hyderabad, Feb.17 (NSS): The TDP Telangana Forum today declared that it would not allow running of the Assembly budget session till a Bill for Telangana State was introduced in Parliament.

Speaking at the Assembly media point after the Governor’s speech, Dr Nagam Janardhan Reddy, warned the Centre to stop enacting dramas and asked it to create separate Telangana immediately. He also asked why the Prime Minister was not responding to the suicides of Telangana youth, who were dying for the sake of Telangana.

Another senior TDP leader, Mr E Dayakar Rao, made it clear that they would chase away the Governor, who was trying to obstruct formation of Telangana by sending false reports to the Centre.

Alleging that the Governor was sending false reports to the Centre on Telangana issue, the TRS floor leader, Mr Etela Rajender, said the Governor has no right speak on Hyderabad.

Finding fault with the Lok Satta floor leader, Dr Jayaprakash Narayan’s comments, Mr Rajender said that Dr JP, who never spoke on suicides of youth over Telangana, has no right to criticise the acts of the TRS members in the House. He warned that the TRS would not keep quiet if Dr JP criticized the TRS in future.

The TDP MLA, Mr Pocharam Srinivas Reddy, who joined the TRS recently, has said that it was unfortunate that the Governor failed to mention even a single word about Telangana in his speech. He alleged that the Governor was behaving like a Congress agent and not like a Constitutional authority.

Condemning the attack on Lok Satta MLA, Dr Jayaprakash Narayan, the CPI members, Mr Puvvada Nageswara Rao, Ms Chandravathi and Mr Wilson said that the physical attacks are not good in a democratic system. They demanded that the Union Home Minister, Mr P Chidambaram, to introduce Telangana Bill in Parliament sticking to his announcement made on December 9, 2009. (NSS)

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