BJP holds protest over Telangana state delay

Published: 02nd February 2013 11:32 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd February 2013 11:32 AM   |  A+A-

BJP senior leader B Dattatreya has demanded introduction of a bill in Parliament during the budget session paving the way for formation of Telangana state.

 stop the political dramas if they are committed on formation of Telangana they should force the party leadership inducing Sonia Gandhi should introduce T bill in coming parliament budget session.

 Addressing demonstrators during a protest organised at Narayanaguda here on Friday, he said the BJP-led NDA, which has a strength of 165 MPs, would support such a bill.

 The protest was organised under the leadership of BJP city unit president B Venkat Reddy at Narayanaguda where protesters burned Union home minister Sushil Kumar Shinde in effigy.

Criticising Shinde for seeking more time to complete the process of consultations, the former Union minister said the previous UPA government had taken a decision in this regard and even the President mentioned it in his address to the joint session of Parliament.

 

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