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Cong won’t go back on T: Diggy
Congress won’t Go Back On Telangana : Digvijay Singh : AICC General Secretary in-charge of Andhra Pradesh, Digvijay Singh, said in no uncertain terms that the Congress was firmly committed to the formation of Telangana as decided by the Congress Working Committee (CWC).
To visit AP, along with Moily, to take stock of situation
New Delhi: AICC General Secretary in-charge of Andhra Pradesh, Digvijay Singh, said in no uncertain terms that the Congress was firmly committed to the formation of Telangana as decided by the Congress Working Committee (CWC). Speaking to media persons after closeting with Seemandhra Central Ministers and MPs late on Thursday night, Singh tried to allay apprehensions of Telangana people about any delay in the T process.
Singh said that since Defence Minister A K Antony was indisposed, he and another member of Antony Committee, Veerappa Moily, would discuss as to how to assuage the feelings of the Seemandhra people. They would also speak to Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy and PCC chief Botcha Satyanarayana to chalk out dates of their visit to Andhra Pradesh. He, however, said that another Antony panel member and Sonia Gandhi’s political secretary Ahmed Patel would not be able to make it to Hyderabad.