Ganta hopes T decision would be rolled back
Tirupati: State Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao expressed the hope that the decision to birfurcate the State would be rolled back. The elected leaders of...
Tirupati: State Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao expressed the hope that the decision to birfurcate the State would be rolled back. The elected leaders of Rayalseema and coastal Andhra were upset with the division of the State and the ongoing agitations across these two regions are nothing but the voluntary and spontaneous participation of people irrespective of caste, creed and religion, and political affiliations, he added.
Speaking to media persons here at Renigunta airport on Sunday, he said, as per the aspirations of people of his constituency he had submitted his resignation as minister and added that he was for united State. All the elected leaders of Seemandhra regions are holding meeting in New Delhi on Monday evening to chalk out their plans for future agitations to mount pressure on high command of Congress party, he said. Thestir would take place in New Delhi on Tuesday either in front of Parliament or on the premises of Bapuji Ghat or elsewhere, which will be finalised on Monday’s meeting, he said. The union ministers and MPs representing Seema and Andhra regions would participate in this meeting and will finalise the future course of stirs to keep the State united, he said.
The Centre had announced its decision to form the Telangana state on December 9, 2009, but after seeing the protests across the Seema and Andhra regions, it had been rolled back and the same may takes place in near future also, he said.