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KCR warns Cong on status of HYD
Following strong speculation that Hyderabad city will be given Union Territory (UT) status after the bifurcation of the state, the TRS on Sunday warned the Centre that the party would launch another round of agitation with a slogan ‘Hyderabad Sirf Hamara,’ if the state capital was not included in the Telangana state.
Says Hyderabad sirf hamara
- Vows to renew stir for Hyd
- Plans bus yatra to cover all 10 districts
Hyderabad : Following strong speculation that Hyderabad city will be given Union Territory (UT) status after the bifurcation of the state, the TRS on Sunday warned the Centre that the party would launch another round of agitation with a slogan ‘Hyderabad Sirf Hamara,’ if the state capital was not included in the Telangana state.
Party president K Chandrasekhara Rao conducted a meeting with all his party senior leaders , MPs, MLAs and district party leaders at his farm house in Jagdevpur village in Medak district and discussed the developments taking place with regard to the formation of Telangana.
In the meeting, the party adopted a unanimous resolution that Hyderabad would be part of Telangana and remain the capital city of the new T state. The party would not accept the UT status to Hyderabad and also strongly opposed the proposal to make the city as common capital for both states permanently.
Addressing the press after the meeting, party senior leaders K Srihari and N Narasimha Reddy said the TRS wanted the Congress to abide by its decision taken in the CWC on Telangana.
If the Congress violated the CWC endorsement on T state, the Telagnana party would launch agitation again.
To mount pressure on the Centre for the immediate introduction of T Bill , KCR would launch a bus yatra from Karimnagar and cover all 10 districts of Telangana by the end of August. During the yatra, the party leader would also hold district and mandal level meetings, the leaders said. It also decided to strengthen the party at grossroot level in the coming days.
Strongly condemning the attacks on Congress leader VH Hanumantha Rao during his visit to Tirupati and Telangana employees working in Seemandhra districts, the party warned dire consequences if such incidents were repeated.