YSRCP undecided about Telangana, says Konda Surekha

23 Dec, 2012 18:38 IST|Sakshi
YSRCP undecided about Telangana, says Konda Surekha

Former minister and YSR Congress Party leader Konda Surekha on Sunday said her party was yet to decide about the delegation to participate in the proposed all-party meeting on the Telangana and also the party's stand on the issue.

The party senior leadership will take a decision on the delegation and party stand on Telangana within a day or two, and nothing could be disclosed to reporters before the meeting, she said.

Talking to reporters in Rayachoty, after attending a marriage, she alleged Congress is the culprit for all confusion over the Telangana issue and it has been playing a drama to divert the people's attention. When all political parties had already expressed their opinions on Telangana and the Sri Krishna Committee gave its recommendations long ago, why does the Congress call an all party meeting again she asked.

Answering her own question, she alleged, the Congress wants to play a drama again to cheat the people. She said in 2009, the central government did not invite the Loksatta Party, but the present home minister has done so, merely to put the YSR Congress, which is a political threat to the Congress, in an uncomfortable position. She cited statements of YSR Congress president YS Jagan Mohan Reddy regarding Telangana and said that the party would honour Telangana people's sentiments.

She asked how the ruling Congress could ask other parties to give their opinion on Telangana, when the Congress itself had not disclosed its stand. She said as an individual, "I am for separate Telangana."

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