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BJP asks Cong to avoid politicising Telangana
Published on Jan 18, 2012 8:11 am IST

BJP senior leader Bandaru Dattatreya on Wednesday stated that the Congress party should not play vote bank politics on the Telangana issue in the 2014 general elections.

Talking to media persons after launching a CD and toll free number 02261550909 on Telangana Poru Bata at the State BJP headquarters at Nampally, Dattatreyya said that the Congress party should not politicise the Telangana issue to get mileage in the general elections. He called upon the Centre and the Congress party to make concerted efforts to resolve the issue in an amicable manner by introducing a bill on Telangana state in the budget session of Parliament.

“At least now the Congress should open its eyes and take steps to resolve the issue,” he said. He recalled how the former chief minister K Rosaiah and present Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy faced tough time due to Telangana agitation. He said that the Congress party would be completely wiped out the Telangana region if it fails to announce a favourable decision on separate state by 2014 general elections.

Dattatreyya said that the Poru Yatra was aimed at mounting pressure on the Centre to introduce Telangana bill in parliament. He called upon all sections of people to extend support the yatra. (INN)


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