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CM asks mantris not to resign

CM asks mantris not to resign
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Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy advised the Seemandhra ministers against putting in their papers, cautioning that it would lead to imposition of the the President’s rule in the State. The President’s rule will hamper the efforts of the Seemandhra leaders to defeat the T resolution in the Assembly, he averred.

  • Says resignations will lead to President’s Rule
  • Defeat of T resolution would not be possible
  • Ganta, Erasu pay no heed to CM, meet Guv
  • Guv says CM should forward resignations
Hyderabad: Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy advised the Seemandhra ministers against putting in their papers, cautioning that it would lead to imposition of the the President’s rule in the State. The President’s rule will hamper the efforts of the Seemandhra leaders to defeat the T resolution in the Assembly, he averred.
Kiran on Monday told the Seemandhra ministers who met him in the morning that they should not rush to the Governor with their resignations letters as he was still holding discussions with the party high command over the issue of bifurcation of the state. If they finally fail to get the high command to accede to their plea, they can then collectively take a decision to resign. While ministers like Kasu Krishna Reddy, P Balaraju and some others decided to wait for a few more days, Ganta Srinivasa Rao and Erasu Pratapa Reddy met the Governor and submitted their resignation letters. The Governor reportedly told them that he was not the competent authority to take a decision and that the resignations should be submitted to the Chief Minister on whose advice only he can accept them.
Speaking to media, Rao and Reddy said that they had already submitted their resignation letters to the Chief Minister and told him that they wanted to plunge into the agitation for Samaikyandhra.
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