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T Cong leaders to meet Antony panel today
Telangana Congress leaders, ministers and legislators have decided to insist the AK Antony Committee to implement the decision taken by Congress Working Committee (CWC) with regard to the bifurcation of State in toto, in the meeting with the panel scheduled on Monday night in New Delhi.
- To seek expediting of bifurcation process
- Want no changes in the decision made by CWC
Hyderabad: Telangana Congress leaders, ministers and legislators have decided to insist the AK Antony Committee to implement the decision taken by Congress Working Committee (CWC) with regard to the bifurcation of State in toto, in the meeting with the panel scheduled on Monday night in New Delhi.
The Telangana Congress leaders meeting, attended by Deputy Chief Minister Damodara Rajanarasimha, Panchayat Raj Minister K Jana Reddy, State Legislative Committee deputy chairman N Vidyasagar and former PCC chief D Srinivas and others here on Sunday, adopted a resolution that nothing short of Telangana State with Hyderabad as its capital would be acceptable and the same will be informed to the committee members during the meeting. Speaking to newsmen after the meeting, State Housing Minister N Uttam Kumar Reddy said the meeting supported to continue Hyderabad as joint capital of the two States for 10 years as announced by the party.
Besides extending gratitude to Congress president Sonia Gandhi for accepting the long pending formation of separate State demand, the leaders will also explain the committee water sharing between two States after bifurcation. Strongly condemning the attacks on Telangana employees working in Seemandhra districts and party MP V Hanumantha Rao during his visit to Tirupati on Saturday, Reddy said the Telangana leaders exuded confidence that Congress will come to power with thumbing majority in Telangana in 2014 election.