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T Cong leaders pitch for ‘sadbhavana’ meetings

T Cong leaders pitch for ‘sadbhavana’ meetings
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Former PCC President D Srinivas called upon the people and political leaders from Telangana not to resort to any act that could provoke the Seemandhra people who are agitating against the proposed bifurcation of the State. Speaking at a Sadbhavana meeting organised by the Telangana Congress Monitoring Group, headed by Rajya Sabha member Rapolu Anand Bhaskar, at Vasavi Seva Kendram, Khairatabad on Sunday, Srinivas made it clear that there was no reason for the people of Telangana to get agitated since the decision to bifurcate the State was final and there was no question of the high command going back on it.

Plan to meet Delhi leaders to expedite T process

Hyderabad: Former PCC President D Srinivas called upon the people and political leaders from Telangana not to resort to any act that could provoke the Seemandhra people who are agitating against the proposed bifurcation of the State. Speaking at a Sadbhavana meeting organised by the Telangana Congress Monitoring Group, headed by Rajya Sabha member Rapolu Anand Bhaskar, at Vasavi Seva Kendram, Khairatabad on Sunday, Srinivas made it clear that there was no reason for the people of Telangana to get agitated since the decision to bifurcate the State was final and there was no question of the high command going back on it. “It is just a matter of time, have patience, the Seemandhra leaders will also see the logic behind the decision to carve out separate state and will cooperate in the matter,” he said.

He called upon Telangana people and leaders to hold 'Sadbhavana meetings and rallies' to clear the misgivings and allay the fears of Seemandhra people. Some leaders from Seemandhra region were trying to create unfounded fears among people of the region for their selfish political gains, let us give them some time and they will understand the fact that bifurcation of the State was beneficial for both the regions.

Panchayatraj minister K Jana Reddy, who had exuded confidence that 2014 general elections would take place in two states - Andhra and Telangana, he suggested that T Congress leaders should go to New Delhi once again to mount pressure on the AICC to put the T-process on fast track. Rajya Sabha member V Hanumantha Rao lashed out at Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy for defying the party's T-decision. "Once the CWC announced its decision, Kiran showed is true colours by questioning the party decision," he said.

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