Ashok Babu predicts no bifurcation before elections
Ashok Babu Predicts No Bifurcation Before Elections, Ashok Babu Addresses in Praja Gharjana Meeting, The APNGOs' president P. Ashok Babu on Thursday said the actual stand of Chandrababu Naidu on Telangana issue will be revealed when the Telangana bill will be moved to the state assembly.
BHIMAVARAM: The APNGOs' president P. Ashok Babu on Thursday said the actual stand of Chandrababu Naidu on Telangana issue will be revealed when the Telangana bill will be moved to the state assembly. He spoke to the media on Thursday and said with his vote in the assembly; people will come to know whether Chandrababu Naidu is for or against bifurcation. He said if the bill disbands in assembly, there will not be any scope for the bill to get passed in the parliament. He said, passing of the bill in the parliament means slay of democracy. He said APNGOs will meet all the national party leaders and urge to vote against the state bifurcation in the parliament. He said he will initiate the programme at Chennai with the DMK leaders.
He said shortly open letter will be given to all the MLAs of Seemandhra to vote against the bifurcation. He demanded all MLAs in turn, should give a note of promise that they will vote against the state bifurcation.
Later, in Praja Garjana meeting held in the premises of Luthern High School in Bhimavaram, he urged the people to teach a lesson through their votes to the parties responsible for the state bifurcation. He said despite many problems, the employees, students and various other organisations have been participating in the protest. But, what has been done by the MPs is heinous, he added. He said if the MPs might have resigned just after the decision taken by the CWC on 30th July, this situation could have not arrived.
He urged the Seemandhra MLAs to defeat the bill in the assembly to show their sincerity. He iterated before 2014 elections, the state will not be bifurcated. He urged the Seemandhra people to franchise their votes for the better leadership. Otherwise, he said, the issue will lose grip from the hands of Seemandhra people.