Naidu responsible for the crisis: YSRCP

August 13, 2013: Holding TDP President N Chandrababu Naidu responsible for the
present state of affairs, YSR Congress has demanded that the main opposition
party should categorically spell out its stand on the Telangana issue.

should quit his post to mount pressure on Centre to revoke the decision on
Telangana and should shun blaming YSRCP and other parties for his
inefficiency,” former MLA and party leader Kodali Nani told reporters here on

TDP leader has been flitting his stand from pro to against Telangana over the
years for political gains and before his padayatra, he has stirred a hornet’s
nest by writing a letter to the centre that he is for Telangana only to ensure
his smooth passage through the region but it has engulfed the entire state and
the ramifications are felt all over.

Congress has always said that any decision should be taken in the larger
interest of the people and the centre should act like a father and see to it
that no injustice would be done to any region.

made our stand clear and wrote letters to the Union Home Minister and other
concerned people. Naidu has been sailing in confusion and periodically coming
out and rubbing his inefficiency on YSRCP and other parties,” he said.

claim that he has developed the city is false as he has neither laid foundation
stone nor inaugurated the international airport, ring road and other
infrastructure facilities. It was YSR who has developed the city.

leaders like Kadiyam Srihari and others are leaving the Party as they lost
faith in leadership. “It is time that Naidu makes his stand clear on the issue
and shun from criticising other parties.

stand is to see that no region is affected with the division and ensure equal
justice to all regions or maintain status quo,” he said.

of our MLAs have resigned from assembly in protest against the division
initially and our Nellore MP Mekapati Rajmohan Reddy and party president YS
Jagan Mohan Reddy and honorary president YS VIjayamma had also quit as there
was no response to our suggestion of considering all stake holders’ interests
before taking a decision.

has been repeating what we have written to the Union government much earlier.
Naidu should be held responsible for the present crisis as he hobnobbed with
the Centre for short-term gains and has brought in a major issue of division to
the fore, he said.

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