Assembly Media point : T parties demand nod for 'Chalo Assembly'
Kiran, Naidu stalling T movement: Harish Hyderabad: It is undemocratic the manner in which the police was behaving with the people of the region,...
Kiran, Naidu stalling T movement: Harish Hyderabad: It is undemocratic the manner in which the police was behaving with the people of the region, Harish said and alleged that Kiran Reddy and Naidu have colluded together to suppress the T movement. He found fault with Naidu for not raising the issue, when leader of the house was trying to escape on the demand saying that police department will look into giving permission. MP Vivek flayed Kiran Reddy for stating that he will not allocate 'a single paise for Telangana' during the last Assembly session. The people should teach the government a lesson by participating in large numbers in the protest, he urged. CPI seeks T resolution CPI floor leader, Gunda Mallesh wanted the T resolution to be passed in the Assembly as it was stated by the UPA government in its manifesto. Seeking permission for 'Chalo Assembly', he said that the government will learn a lesson if it denies permission. He demanded that the Centre accord national status for Pranahitha-Chevella project, heart for T region. He was critical that the Centre was backtracking on the T demand. Sonia must make her stand clear: Nagam BJP leaders Nagam Janardhan Reddy, Y Lakshmi Narayana and Y Srinivas Reddy flayed the UPA government for deceiving people with regard to T demand. Its chairperson Sonia Gandhi should make their stand clear on the issue. Nagam wondered why Sonia Gandhi was tight-lipped on the issue, while Chief Minister says that it was not possible to pass a resolution in favor of T demand. On BJP patriarch LK Advani resigning from various posts, he said that it was a family issue. He said that Modi was just like a son of Advani and the problem will not long last. TD Telangna Forum extends support to march Interestingly, Telugu Desam Telangana Forum also extended support to 'Chalo Assembly' protest. TD leader E Dayakar Rao and M Narsimhulu said that they would extend support to the just cause. The government should construct a steel plant in Bayyaram, for which TD was fighting from the beginning for protecting its resources. They claimed that it was with TD exerting pressure the government had to withdraw orders on the allocation of land to Rakshana Steels.