Telangana Rashtra Samithi president K Chandrasekhar Rao on Monday claimed that separate Telangana would be a reality soon.
Speaking as chief guest in the “Dhoom Dham” programme organised by the Progressive Organisation of Women (POW) in the national capital, the TRS chief said that the Telangana agitation was in the final phase and the Centre have no other option than granting statehood for the region. He said that the Centre might announce its decision on Telangana at any time.
Claiming that a majority of people in the Seemandhra were in favour of State’s bifurcation, Chandrasekhar Rao said that some leaders from the region have been obstructing the formation of Telangana. He said that the Centre have been delaying the decision under the influence of some Seemandhra leaders. However, he said that Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh and Congress president Sonia Gandhi should take a favourable decision failing which the Congress party would be wiped out from the region during next elections.
The TRS chief demanded that the Centre introduce Telangana Bill in the on-going winter session of the Parliament. He said that people in the region were ready to sacrifice anything, including their lives, for the statehood cause.
Chandrasekhar Rao announced that the social justice would be implemented in true spirit in the Telangana State. He said all sections of the society would be given proper representation in the government and other walks of life.
The TRS president praised the POW for organising the “Dhoom Dham” programme in New Delhi stating that such programmes in the national capital would mount pressure on the Centre. Medak MP Vijayashanti also attended the programme. (INN)
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