No govt in Seemandhra without Cong: Jairam
Jairam Ramesh: No Government in Seemandhra Without Congress, the Congress was certain to form the government in the new State of Telangana, but it would play a key role in forming the government in Seemandhra.
- Party is certain to come to power in Telangana
- Jagan will finally go with BJP if NDA comes to power
- There is no TDP wave and it is only BJP wave
Hyderabad: Union Minister Jairam Ramesh, who has been campaigning in Seemandhra, conceded that the Congress party was not in the race to form the government in the residuary State of Andhra Pradesh. Addressing the media on Sunday, Jairam said that the Congress was certain to form the government in the new State of Telangana, but it would play a key role in forming the government in Seemandhra. He said that no party would be able to form government without the support of the Congress in Seemandhra region. Taking a dig at YSRCP president YS Jaganmohan Reddy, the Union Minister said that Jagan would finally go with the BJP if NDA came to power at the Centre.
Replying to a question, Jairam said that there was no need for the people of Seemandhra to have any fear or apprehension with regard to release of the Krishna waters. “Once the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh gets formalised on June 2, the Krishna Water Board will come into existence. The Board will release the water as per rules. The government of Telangana will have no role in it. Neither KCR nor his daughter can stop the people of Andhra Pradesh from getting the Krishna waters,” he stated. Asked if he saw a TDP wave in Seemandhra, the Congress leader said, “There is no TDP wave and it is only BJP wave. The TDP wants to climb the ladder of the BJP to come to power.”