Telangana Congress MPs to meet in Delhi today

Published: 06th August 2012 10:25 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th August 2012 10:25 AM   |  A+A-

Telangana MPs from the Congress have decided to chalk out a fresh plan to mount pressure on the high command during monsoon session of Parliament, which will begin on Wednesday, for a speedy decision on the separate Telangana.

The MPs will meet at Gutta Sukhender Reddy’s residence in New Delhi on Monday and formulate the action plan. They will call on the party state affairs in-charge Ghulam Nabi Azad and apprise him of their compulsions and the pressure they are facing from the people of the region.

“We have decided to step up pressure on our high command to achieve statehood to the Telangana region. We will try to meet all members of the Congress core committee and once again brief them about the aspirations of the Telangana people,” said Ponnam Prabhakar.

M.Jagannadham and Sukhender Reddy said they fully believed that the  high command would give green signal for formation of Telangana state as per its promise. In case the AICC top brass failed to keep its promise, Congress MPs from the region were ready to go to any extent to make the long-cherished dream of Telangana people a reality, the two MPs warned.

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