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KCR calls for paralyzing administration if Telangana bill not tabled in Parliament

December 28, 2010

In yet another development on Tuesday, leaders from Congress and TRS parties announced their willingness to come together keeping aside their political affiliations and ideologies, to work together for achieving their goal of a separate Telangana state. It is understood that Congress MP K Keshava Rao and TRS Supremo K Chandrasekhar Rao decided to paralyze the administration in Telangana if the bill is not tabled in Parliament for a separate statehood. TRS president KCR utilized the opportunity when he visited the fasting Telangana Congress MPs and asked them to prepare themselves to quit the party posts if the Centre did not introduce a bill in the next parliament sessions.

K Chandrashekara Rao, speaking at the meeting of the JAC of APSRTC employees on Tuesday wanted them to percolate the message of separate Telangana to grass root levels and said that the conductors were the most effective communication barriers. He underlined the need for the employees to join hands and fight under one umbrella, the Telangana Joint Action Committee.

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