CM, Babu should move resolution

Somala, (Chittoor dist):
Jan 8, 2014: Asserting that participating in the debate on the draft Bill will
tantamount to accepting to the division of the State, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has
demanded the Chief Minister and Leader of Opposition to pass a resolution in
favour of a united state and save the state plunging into turmoil.

“I demand that the Kiran
Kumar Reddy and N Chandrababu Naidu should take initiative and move a
resolution in favour of a united state instead of running away from the
situation and keeping themselves away from the Assembly which is session,” YS
Jagan Mohan Reddy said while addressing a public meeting here on Wednesday as
part of the Samaikya Sankharavam.

The Chief Minister and
Leader of Opposition who have taken to absenteeism to important meetings and
assembly sessions should come forward and move the resolution. Chandrababu
Naidu has been encouraging his MLAs to play according to their regional
affiliations and he is not to be seen in the house while very important issue
has come up.

The entire nation has
understood that injustice is being done to Andhra Pradesh but Kiran Kumar Reddy
and N Chandrababu Naidu are unable to get a grasp of the situation. Sonia
Gandhi is dividing the state to see her son as Prime Minister and Kiran Kumar
Reddy and Chandrababu Naidu are helping her out to achieve her goal.

Brushing aside the
criticism against his Party for not participating in the discussion, he said,
“if we participate in the debate it means that we are accepting the proposal
for the division of the State. Our Party stands for a united and strong state
and I demand that the Chief Minister and TDP leader should move a resolution in
favour for a united state and let Delhi know the aspirations and feelings of
the local people.”

Delhi has been taking us
for granted. In normal course state assembly will pass a resolution which will
be sent to Centre and a draft Bill will be sent to state for discussion. In our
state things are happening differently. Delhi has taken a decision to divide
the state without the consent of our assembly and has sent a Bill asking us to
discuss and send it back.

The fight is between Delhi
arrogance and Telugu self-pride and we shall fight the battle on a united plank
and win 30 MP seats which will enable us to have a say in the national politics
and we shall decide the Prime Minister who will be in favour of a united state.

Both Chief Minister and
Leader of Opposition hail from this district and they would be answerable to
farmers who will be deprived of water and students who will lose the job
opportunities if the state is divided, he said.

YSR is still remembered as
his welfare schemes have a wide ranging appeal to the cross section of people.
While he was alive the question of division did not arise. After his death
governance has taken a beating and the political system is getting rotten.
 We have to stay united and fight for cause, come what may, he said.

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