Sonia accused No 1, Naidu No 2 in division

, Oct 15, 2013:
Calling Congress President Sonia Gandhi and TDP Chief Chandrababu Naidu
accused No.1 and 2 respectively for the arbitrary bifurcation of the state, YSR
Congress Party on Tuesday asked the Centre to
review and revoke its decision of bifurcation.

media persons here, party senior leader and
MP, Mekapati Rajamohana Reddy said YSRCP will not accept
anything short of Samaikyandhra as a solution to the present crisis. Congress
leadership decided to divide the state based on the letter submitted by TDP
Chief Chandrababu Naidu in favour of Telangana
formation, Mekapati said, accusing TDP MPs of enacting dramas
over resignations.

you for a unified state or bifurcation?” he questioned the TDP
chief and asked him to stop playing dramas and clarify
his stand on the issue. “Chandrababu failed to clarify his stand on the issue to
the national media also during his Deeksha in
,” Mekapati remarked.

Seemandhra TDP
MPs also should stop their double standards and bring pressure on Naidu to
ensure the withdrawal of his letter of support for bifurcation, he suggested.

Mekapati said
Naidu has a lurking fear that his involvement in IMG
and Emaar scandals that took place during his regime may be exposed
if YSRCP comes into power in Samaikyandhra.

else, declare your stand openly for Samaikyandhra and withdraw your
letter of support for Telangana formation,” he told Naidu, adding even now it
is not too late to do so.

Rajamohana Reddy
said Naidu, who sought a compensation of 4 to 5 lakh crores for
the construction of new capital city after the CWC decision, has changed his
stance only after coming to know of the intensity of the agitation in
Rayalaseema and coastal regions.

fault with the Congress leadership and the Centre for deciding on the division
of AP while the demands for separate states
of Vidarbha and Ghorkhaland and for dividing UP
are also pending and unattended, he demanded
the Congress to withdraw its decision as it has failed
to render equal justice to all regions in the state. 

have weak governments at the Centre and perhaps keeping this in mind, both
Congress and BJP also wanted weak states. This could be the reason for both
parties supporting the bifurcation,” he said in a sarcastic vein.

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