Hyderabad: The Telangana Rashtra Samithi has questioned the Leader of Opposition, Mr N Chandrababu Naidu, as to why he was not moving a no-confidence motion against the Kiran Kumar Reddy government if he did not really enter into a ‘Match Fixing’ with the ruling party.
Addressing the media on the premises of the Assembly on Saturday along with the party MLAs, the Sircilla MLA and TRS Chief, Mr K. Chandrasekhara Rao’s son, Mr K Taraka Ramarao, said that the TDP was also responsible for the ‘uncertainty’ in the House like the ruling party.
Mr KTR said that displaying placards in the House demanding that the government clear the uncertainty in the House was similar to “Devils chanting Vedas”. He said that the TDP had announced that it would do whatever was needed for the creation of Telangana before the 2009 elections by joining hands with the TRS; but it conveniently changed its stand after the December 9, 2009 announcement by the Centre, bowing to pressures from the Seemandhra leaders. He said that Mr Chandrababu Naidu has moral responsibility of punishing the Seemandhra leaders, who were working against the party’s stand on Telangana issue.
Dubbing both the Congress and TDP as ‘same-to-same’ on Telangana issue, Mr Ramarao said that both the parties were responsible for the prevailing unrest in the State and Assembly.
Refuting charges of the TDP Chief that the TRS entered into a match fixing with the ruling party, Mr Ramarao said that it was Mr Chandrababu Naidu who entered into a match fixing with the Kiran Kumar Reddy government and Dr Y S Rajasekhara Reddy government. He also alleged that Mr Chandrababu Naidu was the person who was saving the Kiran Kumar Reddy government by not moving a no-confidence motion in the House. He asked Mr Chandrababu Naidu to reveal the reasons to the people as to why he was not moving no-confidence motion in the House.
The TRSLP leader, Mr Etela Rejender, has warned the ruling party that it would be buried in history if it tried to gain political mileage by wasting time without introducing a Bill on Telangana in Parliament. The polarization was clear in the House and in the State that it was not possible to live together any longer, he said, adding that the government was showing an impression that it was trying to discuss something serious than Telangana issue in the House.
Mr Rajender said that the Transport Minister, Mr Botcha Satyanarayana, has assured to withdraw the GO issued against the APSRTC employees, who participated in the 48-hour bandh in response to a memorandum submitted by the TRS. (NSS)