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Vundavalli flays KCR, bats for Kiran

Vundavalli flays KCR, bats for Kiran
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Lok Sabha Member from Rajahmundry Vundavalli Arun Kumar alleged here on Saturday that the TRS chief K Chandrasekhar Rao was inciting the people of Telangana against Andhra people with his hate speeches. Speaking to the media, he found fault with KCR’s remark that Kiran Kumar Reddy could set up a curry point in Hyderabad and added that the feeling of insecurity was growing among the people.

Rajahmundry: Lok Sabha Member from Rajahmundry Vundavalli Arun Kumar alleged here on Saturday that the TRS chief K Chandrasekhar Rao was inciting the people of Telangana against Andhra people with his hate speeches. Speaking to the media, he found fault with KCR’s remark that Kiran Kumar Reddy could set up a curry point in Hyderabad and added that the feeling of insecurity was growing among the people.

He defended the Chief Minister’s comments on the bifurcation and made it clear that everyone in the Congress party had right to convey his opinions and no party would issue whip in Assembly to curtail its members from expressing their opinions in favor of their region.

Recalling the discussion in the Hyderabad Assembly in 1953 on Fazal Ali Commission, he said that while Burgula Ramakrishna Rao batted for Visalandhra, Ministers like Chenna Reddy and Ranga Reddy advocated separate Telangana. He did not see anything wrong in difference of opinion between Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister on the bifurcation issue. Vundavalli questioned KCR on how he could protect the people living in Hyderabad, as he himself sought Z category protection.

He found fault with the KCR for trying to create pro-Maoist environment by presenting himself as pro-Maoist. He reminded that 15 of the top 20 Maoist leaders are from Telangana according to a survey and reminded that the Sri Krishna Committee had made it clear that there would be a spurt in Maoist activities if Telangana state was conceded.

Vundavalli maintained that Hyderabad should be the capital for all the regions of the state and made it clear that the rights of people from all the regions should be protected. He observed that agitations going on in Seemandhra were not politically motivated and advised the people not to involve political affiliations in their movements. He informed that he would try to impress the Parliament in favor of Samaikyandhra if he is given opportunity.

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