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Kiran fudging figures to keep State united: T MPs

Kiran fudging figures to  keep State united: T MPs
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Reiterating that there was no question of the Congress high command going back on the issue of carving out separate Telangana, Congress MPs Madhu Yashki Goud and Ponnam Prabhakar spit fire against the Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy for his continued demand that the state be kept united.

Reiterating that there was no question of the Congress high command going back on the issue of carving out separate Telangana, Congress MPs Madhu Yashki Goud and Ponnam Prabhakar spit fire against the Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy for his continued demand that the state be kept united. Speaking at meet the press programme organised Telangana Journalists’ Forum on Wednesday, the MPs alleged that the Chief Minister was making false claims and was presenting wrong figures while pleading for keeping the state united. They said all those who defy the CWC decision should quit the party.
They said Kiran had recently claimed that there were 50 lakh people from Seemandhra region in Hyderabad. He had also failed to give any logical reasoning as to why the state should be kept united. The Centre was closely watching the developments and it would not hesitate to either go in for change in the leadership or impose President’s rule if the Chief Minister fails to implement the decision of the Centre and refuses to cooperate in the process of smooth transition, they said.
Replying to a question, Madhu said that there was no question of either putting the decision on hold or to constitute a second state reorganisation commission for Telangana. It may constitute second SRC to study the demands of other states but not in case of Telangana. The first SRC itself had recommended separate Telangana. Sonia Gandhi may delay a decision but once taken, she never goes back on it, he said.
Both the MPs alleged that the ongoing agitation in Seemandhra region was organised by people like Lagadapati Rajagopal with an aim to protect their illegally held lands in and around Hyderabad.

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