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Naidu’s anguish over feuding by T, Seemandhra staff

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Expressing anguish over the spate of violent incidents between Telangana and Seemandhra employees at work places in the state, TDP President N Chandrababu Naidu on Monday resented that the ruling Congress at centre and in the state forgot their basic responsibility to ensure peaceful co-existence of all people and remained as a mute spectator to the happenings.

Hyderabad: Expressing anguish over the spate of violent incidents between Telangana and Seemandhra employees at work places in the state, TDP President N Chandrababu Naidu on Monday resented that the ruling Congress at centre and in the state forgot their basic responsibility to ensure peaceful co-existence of all people and remained as a mute spectator to the happenings.
In a statement here, he said the situation in the state was deteriorating with the unrest catching up among people of all regions. After the Congress endorsed the formation of Telangana on July 30, Seemandhra people launched united Andhra agitation, which entered to 28th day. But the centre did not take any steps to address the issues raised by Seemandhra region.
Alleging that the Congress was exploiting Telangana issue for electoral benefits and created enmity between the people from two regions by its decision to divide the Telugu speaking people, Naidu accused the TRS and YSR Congress parties of being equally responsible for the present political upheaval in the state. He urged all political parties, those believed in democratic principles, to play a responsible role in the crucial hour.
Strongly condemning the obstruction of the employees and members of other organisations from participating in peaceful dharnas and protests, the TDP leader appealed to the employees of Telangana and Seemandhra regions to stage dharnas in a peaceful
manner.
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