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CM sees no dilution of Delhi stand on T

CM sees no dilution  of Delhi stand on T
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The Chief Minister who met AICC president Sonia Gandhi and Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday has come to the conclusion that there was no chance of any rethink on the part of the Congress high command with regard to bifurcation of the state. The party only wants to take the process forward after giving some time for the ongoing agitation in Seemandhra region to cool down.

Congress high command wants to take the bifurcation process forward after the tempers in Seemandhra region cool down

Hyderabad/New Delhi: The Chief Minister who met AICC president Sonia Gandhi and Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday has come to the conclusion that there was no chance of any rethink on the part of the Congress high command with regard to bifurcation of the state. The party only wants to take the process forward after giving some time for the ongoing agitation in Seemandhra region to cool down.
According to ministers from Seemandhra who had a word with the Chief Minister after his meeting claim that the Chief Minister had succeeded in making the party leadership acknowledge that the T process is fraught with serious consequences and that it should address the various problems that would arise from carving out separate state. The Chief Minister, the sources said was advised to meet the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and discuss the problems of water sharing, revenue sharing and other issues raised by him. It is understood that Sonia Gandhi had asked him as to why he did not raise these issues before he agreed to abide by the party decision on Telangana.
Minister for infrastructure Ganta Srinivasa Rao said they would continue their efforts to see that the state remains united. He said the ministers and legislators who met the Antony committee were happy that they could make the high command take notice of the issues raised by them. The high command now feels that some serious problems are there and they need to be addressed immediately before taking the issue forward. He said they were returning to the state with the impression that the process would be slowed down.
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