Congress divided on 'T', TDP sings old tune

28 Dec, 2012 15:31 IST|Sakshi
Congress divided on 'T', TDP sings old tune

The two representatives from the Congress party expressed two views at the all-party meeting on the Telangana issue on Friday in New Delhi.

As expected, Congress senior leader Gade Venkata Reddy opposed the Telangana state by justifying his stand with a logical explanation. However, Telangana Congress leader K R Suresh Reddy told Shinde that he was in favour of Telangana.

Though Gade added that he was willing to accept whatever decision the Centre takes.

He categorically said that he made it clear to Shinde that it would be better if the state remains united.

The TDP has once again followed the 'two-eye theory' by singing the old tune. The two representatives- Yanamala Ramakrishnudu and Kadiam Srihari submitted a letter to Shinde. In the letter, the TDP mentioned that they had given a letter in favour of Telangana to to the Pranab Mukherjee committee in 2008 itself.

But they have not expressed any views on the T-State except submitting a letter at the meeting.

- Sakshipost

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