3 MLAs, 2 MLCs from Seema resign for United AP
Kadapa: The united Andhra Pradesh movement (Samaikyandhra) picked up momentum again with three MLAs and two...
Kadapa: The united Andhra Pradesh movement (Samaikyandhra) picked up momentum again with three MLAs and two MLCs submitting their resignations. They have directly handed over their resignations to the S-JAC leaders in the city at a conference held under the aegis of the S-Joint Action Committee on Sunday. Those who submitted their resignations include Congress MLA Adinarayana Reddy, YSR Congress Party MLAs Srikanth Reddy and Srinivasulu and MLCs Devagudi Narayana Reddy and Bachala Pullaiah. Later, speaking to the media, the MLAs said that the sentiment for a united Andhra was even stronger than the Telangana sentiment. Some of the selfish politicians to serve their personal ends were demanding the bifurcation of the State. These selfish leaders were telling cock and bull stories for the bifurcation of the State though the Telangana sentiment was not very strong. Srikanth Reddy said that the demand for a Rayala Telangana was also a mere figment of imagination of some leaders and nobody could split the State or Rayalaseema. The future generations would not forgive us if we fail in keeping the State united, he said. Adinarayana Reddy said that they would intensify the movement for a united Andhra Pradesh at the national level. They would agitate in front of the house of UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi. The MLAs who resigned said that they did not spell out any reasons for their resignations. All of them submitted their resignation to the S-JAC convener Chandrasekhar Reddy.
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