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Kiran Kumar Reddy keen on resolving T issue

Hyderabad news: Chief Minister of AP Kiran Kumar Reddy is very keen on solving the Telangana issue soon. CM is on his way to Delhi to meet the Central Govt authorities to discuss about the Dharmana resignation issue. But he also wants to settle down the Telangana Statehood issue which has become a permanent problem here in AP.


This is a smart move from congress government as they want to clear any hurdles for the upcoming 2014 elections. Also CM stated that Telangana State problem is being addressed in the Union government’s court.


Kiran stated that the government will accept any decision taken by the centre in this regard. He also mentioned that all the senior party leaders are opining that it is high time for the centre to decide on T-issue. If this has to be believed, then a good news may soon arrive to Hyderabad that separate Telangana State is granted by the central government.


The delay by Delhi regarding Telangana state is proving to be fatal for the congress party as they aim at 2014 elections. Already they are facing heat from the government related issues like farmer related schemes and fee reimbursement scheme. The ongoing power crisis is making the AP government face intense heat from the public. Chances are likely that a new government may come into power in 2014 considering the present failure scenario of Congress Party in Andhra Pradesh.


Tags: YSR Congress Party, Telangana State, Kiran Kumar Reddy, CM of Andhra in Delhi, 2014 elections, Dharmana resignation issue
Wed 22 Aug, 2012,11:46:41 PM
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