Kiran, Naidu aiding division through absence on D day

, Dec 16, 2013: Reiterating its
demand that the assembly should adopt a resolution in favour of keeping the
state united first, YSRCP on Monday came down heavily on Chief Minister Kiran
Kumar Reddy and TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu for absenting themselves when the T
bill was introduced in the assembly.

Both Kiran Kumar and Naidu are only
implementing the agenda of Cong president Sonia Gandhi over division by not
trying to stop the introduction of the bill, YSRCLP deputy leader Sobha
Nagireddy told media persons here.

“We oppose the  T Bill outright in the assembly as we stood
for unified state but the assembly first take up a resolution for keeping the
state united, “ she said, finding fault with the absence of  Kiran Kumar and Naidu.  

Sobha said Kiran Kumar who had earlier vowed
to obstruct the introduction of the bill in the assembly ran away from his
responsibility today. “It is now clear he is only a paper tiger and the talk of
his fight for keeping the state unified is only a drama,” she said, stating
Kiran has cheated the people, Seemandhra public representatives and the

Not sparing Chandrababu Naidu, Sobha said
the TDP president found time to attend the swearing in ceremony of MP Chief
Minister but could not find time to attend the assembly and obstruct the
introduction of the bill. “He is only aiding the CM in implementing the agenda
of Sonia.”  

She appealed to them to ensure at least now
that the assembly will adopt a resolution in favour of Samaikyandhra.

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