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KCR says no to Telangana Bill 2013

The TRS President K. Chandra Sekhar Rao (KCR) has come out heavily on the nature of Telangana Bill / AP Reorganisation Bill 2013. He asked the people to get ready for another agitation to get Telangana state without any conditions on Hyderabad.

Most importantly, KCR demanded the Central Government to make changes to T Bill before it is tabled in Parliament. This will certainly take some more time before it goes to Parliament.

In the present circumstances, it is almost certain that the special session of Parliament is necessary before the announcement of general election schedule. The T Bill may not be introduced in Budget session as it will be dedicated for the introduction of vote on account budget.

BJP is also tilting its stand this way or that way and trying to get maximum political mileage out of Telangana Bill 2013.

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2 thoughts on “KCR says no to Telangana Bill 2013

  1. Kunuthur Srinivasa Reddy

    It is all a calculated move of all the political parties in Andhra Pradesh with no exception, that the issue of bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh should drag on beyond the General Elections to the Parliament and A P Assembly. The strategy is to make people guessing and keep on speculating for or against the division of Andhra Pradesh and to gain political mileage. It is quite an open secret that Indian National Congress has created unwittingly a muddle for itself by proceeding with the bifurcation of A.P. and helplessly fighting a losing battle putting up a brave face. Ultimately, only two political parties i.e., YSRCP and TDP would be the significant forces in the election fray to fight to win the elections to power in A.P.Assembly and Parliament.


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