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Telangana Ministers to take U turn on resignations?

Posted by on July 30, 2011 0 Comment

Hyderabad: Are the Ministers from Telangana region who had kept away from their duties since July 4, are they planning to take a U Turn bowing to the pressures from their High Command?

Finding the situation amicable, Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy will utilise the chance to placate them, according to sources here.

Except Ministers Danam Nagender, Mukesh Goud and Deputy Chief Minister C Damodar Rajanarasimha, others have deserted their Chambers at Secretariat.

In their absence files were said to have piled up.

Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy is understood to have directed the officials of the Telangana Ministers to send important files to CMO for disposal.

Meanwhile some of the Ministers are said to be in a predicament with no work and being sandwiched by High Command and the Telangana protagonists on the other.

BC Welfare Minister Basavaraju Saraiah is said to have visited the Secretariat three days ago and met Mr Kiran Kumar Reddy.

Information and Public Relations Minister DK Aruna had met the Chief Minister on Thursday. She was followed up by Ms Sunitha Lakshma Reddy who met the Chief Minister on Friday.

Both of them are understood to have discussed issues connected to their respective constituencies.

Textiles Minister P Shankar Rao, another stalwart from Telangana region, is also said to be restless and eager to organise press briefings in his own inimitable style.

According to sources here, the Ministers from Telangana will meet the Chief Minister at the Camp Office today.

What is to be transpired and what is in store is not clear but sources said that a final decision is likely to emerge as pressure had been mounting on Ministers and the Chief Minister as well from New Delhi to resolve the impasse as the absence of so many Ministers would send wrong signals to the people.

Besides this, that the administrative work plus implementation of welfare schemes was also affected.

The outcome of the meeting is eagerly awaited.(INN)

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