Jagan meets Mamata, seeks support

Kolkata, Nov 20,
2013:  YSR Congress Party Chief Sri Y.S. Jagan Mohan
Reddy called on West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee here on Wednesday and sought her support in the party’s fight against the bifurcation of the state. 

Sri Jagan Mohan Reddy-led YSRCP delegation also appealed to Mamata to oppose the Telangana bill in the Parliament as the process of division is arbitrary, undemocratic and unilateral.  Mamata assured him that her Trinamul Congress Party would oppose the T bill as the Centre's decision was not based on unanimity of the people of Andhra Pradesh. 

"The Centre's decision was opposed by majority people of Andhra Pradesh. It was not approved by the people of the state. The decision has no sanctity," said Mamata briefing reporters later.

delegation consisted of  Dr. M.V.Mysura Reddy, MP Mekapati
Raja Mohan Reddy, Konatala Ramakrishna, Balashouri and Gattu Ramachandra Rao.

In his discussions
with Mamata Banerjee, Sri Jagan Mohan Reddy also stressed on the need to
prevent the misuse of Article 3 in future as is being done in case of AP. 

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