T bill likely in parliament anytime after Nov 17: KCR
KCR: Telangana Bill Likely In Parliament Anytime After Nov 17. Telangana bill is likely to be introduced in the first week of the Winter session of parliament set to commence from November 17, TRS chief K Chandrasekhar Rao said. In an informal chat with the newsmen at Telangana Bhavan on Tuesday. KCR Fires On Seemandhra Leaders
- All those opposing statehood for Telangana are traitors
- TRS chief sticks to his stance at ‘Sakala Jana Bheri’
- Demands T Bill before relations deteriorate further
- Criticising KCR has become a fashion
- Mudslinging due to success of SJB
Hyderabad: Telangana bill is likely to be introduced in the first week of the Winter session of parliament set to commence from November 17, TRS chief K Chandrasekhar Rao said. In an informal chat with the newsmen at Telangana Bhavan on Tuesday, he said that imposing President’s rule was a big possibility if Seemandhra leaders did not toe the line of the Congress high command. The question of draft bill being sent to the Assembly for taking its opinion does not arise in such a case, he added. Elected representatives or employees, nobody would be spared if President’s rule is imposed, KCR stressed.
According to him, the Cabinet note might not be prepared in the first week of October as expected earlier. He also differed with talk from some certain quarters that Telangana process did not move an inch after CWC announcement made on July 30. Serious work is going on in the background, and the Congress party in all probability would complete the process before the deadline, the TRS chief said.
Earlier, addressing a press conference, TRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao on Tuesday urged the Prime Minister to expedite the Telangana process so that the relations between people of both regions were not strained further. He also launched a scathing attack on politicians who sounded critical of his speech at Sakala Jana Bheri including Bandaru Dattatreya (BJP) and K Narayana (CPI).
TRS chief pointed out that any delay at the Union Government level with respect to Telangana process would have a telling effect on the relations between the people of the two regions. Sticking to his guns, KCR reiterated that all those who were opposing statehood issue were indeed traitors of Telangana and the "traitors cannot be called otherwise". He went on to add that his remarks were aimed at Seemandhra leaders, but not the bahujans who were favouring division of the State.
“If not traitors how one should address Kiran Kumar Reddy, Chandrababu Naidu, YS Jaganmohan Reddy and Chiranjeevi for ignoring the aspirations and sentiments of the Telangana public,” he questioned. It has become a fashion for everyone to criticise KCR at the drop of a hat, the TRS chief said.
What happened to Narayana and Dattatreya’s conscience when TG Venkatesh, Anam Vivekananda Reddy (Congress), Payyavula Keshav (TDP) and Ashok Babu (APNGO chief) made disparaging remarks or when Osmania University students were compared with Taliban militants, KCR asked?
He pointed out that Seemandhra leaders and a section of media were resorting to this mudslinging campaign in view of the huge success of Sakala Jana Bheri meeting.