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T State inevitable, avers Botcha

T State inevitable,  avers Botcha
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The PCC president Botcha Satyanarayana called upon the political parties not to exploit the sensitive issue of bifurcation of the state for narrow political gains. Talking to media at Gandhi Bhavan on the occasion of 69th birth anniversary of the former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, Botcha said the decision to divide the state was inevitable one and was taken after long consultations with all political parties. The Congress Working Committee had decided to carve out separate Telangana only after all political parties including YSRCP had given their nod.

Hyderabad: The PCC president Botcha Satyanarayana called upon the political parties not to exploit the sensitive issue of bifurcation of the state for narrow political gains. Talking to media at Gandhi Bhavan on the occasion of 69th birth anniversary of the former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, Botcha said the decision to divide the state was inevitable one and was taken after long consultations with all political parties. The Congress Working Committee had decided to carve out separate Telangana only after all political parties including YSRCP had given their nod.

He questioned the fast taken up by TDP members from Seemandhra region whe3n the the party president N Chandrababu Naidu had given a letter in favour of separate Telangana. And similarly, he said the fast taken up by YSRCP honorary president Y S Vijayamma reminds him of street play. The YSRCP had given its consent at the all party meeting and was now changing colors like Chameleon.

Participating in the birthday celebrations of Rajiv Gandhi, leaders like former chief minister N Bhaskar Rao, former AICC general secretary M Satyanarayana Rao, Rajya Sabha MP V Hanumantha Rao and Anam Ramnarayana Reddy recalled the services of Rajiv Gandhi and how he had strived for the all-round development of the country. They said, he laid down his life for unity and integrity of the country. Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy paid tributes to Rajiv Gandhi. by garlanding his statue at Somajiguda Cross Roads before leaving for New Delhi.
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