TRS chief questions Azad on Telangana

Published: 03rd June 2013 09:51 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd June 2013 09:51 AM   |  A+A-

TRS supremo K Chandrasekhar Rao has a question for Congress state affairs incharge Ghulam Nabi Azad. “Azad saab, June means which June? Is it this June or June next year?” he asked, following Azad’s statement that the AICC leadership would decide the Telangana issue by the end of June. 

“You and your party are known for making dubious statements on the T-issue,” KCR told the AICC point man, recalling his statement sometime ago that a month does not mean 30 days and week does not mean seven days.

“Congress leaders think they are the cleverest people in the world. Union home minister Sushil Kumar Shinde says the Centre would decide the Telangana issue in a month’s time, and Azad clarifies that a month does not mean 30 days. Then Vayalar Ravi goes one step further and says resolving the T-issue is not as easy as making a dosa. What do these Congress leaders think? Do they think that they can go on deceiving the people of Telangana?” Rao asked.

Congress MPs G Vivekananda and Manda Jagannadham, former PCC chief K Kesava Rao, Vivek’s brother and former minister Vinod, Jagannadham’s son Srinadh, Kesava Rao’s son Viplav Kumar, former minister and TDP leader P Chandrasekhar and industrialist Marri Janardhan Reddy joined the TRS at a public meeting at Nizam College grounds here on Sunday. Speaking on the occasion, KCR gave a call to people of Telangana to bury the Congress in a ‘5-km-deep pit’ in next general polls.


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