T Bill will not be tabled in Parliament: Vundavalli
Vundavalli Arun Kumar, MP categorically stated here on Sunday that it would not be possible to table...
Vundavalli Arun Kumar, MP categorically stated here on Sunday that it would not be possible to table Telangana bill in Parliament. Addressing a large gathering at Subrahmanyam Grounds here, he made it clear that the Union Government would not be able to introduce the bill in Parliament once the resolution in the Assembly was rejected. He said that the decision taken by the Congress Working Committee was only a recommendation and it would go to the Cabinet sub-committee later.
He suggested to the MLAs not to resort to resignations as they must vote against the resolution in order to defeat it. He assured the people of Andhra region that no government in the past has introduced the bill without the Assembly passed it. He urged the MLAs to be present in the Assembly when the resolution would be tabled.
He recalled that no region in the history of India which has a capital in its region demanded a separate state. He expressed hope that the people living in Hyderabad would support Samaikyandhra region if their opinions were obtained. He pointed out that the 17 regions in the country which have been demanding separate states would intensify their movement if separate state of Telangana was formed.
Referring to the argument of TRS chief KCR that the UPA government has placed separate Telangana issue in its Common Minimum Programme, he clarified that it was mentioned in the CMP that the Telangana issue should be considered on consensus and consultations. He advocated for Hyderabad either as a second capital as suggested by Dr B R Ambedkar or joint capital for all the three regions. In connection with the status of Hyderabad, he advocated that it should be governed by a council represented by all the three regions or it should be made a Union Territory.