CPI leader flays silence of CM
Tirupati: CPI leader Rama Krishna condemned the silence of Congress party and Chief Minister in spite of the normal life in the entire Seemandhra...
Tirupati: CPI leader Rama Krishna condemned the silence of Congress party and Chief Minister in spite of the normal life in the entire Seemandhra region was paralysed for last 40 odd days. He demanded the chief minister and Congress party to break their silence by initiating a dialogue to pacify the present unrest in the State.
Speaking to media persons here on Tuesday, Rama Krishna said neither the Central government nor the Congress party nor the Chief Minister were concerned about the unrest in Seemandhra region and no steps have been taken so far to end the indefinite strike of government employees and agitations organising voluntarily by common people.
He said that the Central government has to respond on the ongoing agitations with proper details and it is its bounden duty to clarify the apprehension of common people like river water, education, employment, revenue and other aspects. Replying to a query, Rama Krishna said that if the Chief Minister really intends to put an end to Samaikyandhra agitations, certainly he can do since he himself has claimed to be a supporter of ‘integrated State’.
The demands of the people of Seemandhra over the sharing of river water, opportunities in higher education and employment are genuine and have to be addressed by government, he said. The key issue in the ongoing agitations is Hyderabad city and the people of Seemandhra are feelings ‘insecure’, he replied.