Saturday, November 2, 2013

Jana Reddy, VHR Slam Kiran for united state stance

After deputy chief minister C Damodara Rajanarasimha, now it is the turn of panchayat raj minister K Jana Reddy to throw brickbats at chief minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy for singing united Andhra tune.

Wondering at the latest comments of Kiran Reddy that he was just repeating the pro-Samaikyandhra speech given by Indira Gandhi earlier, the senior minister from Telangana, speaking to mediapersons here, said, "Had Indira Gandhi been alive today, statehood to Telangana would have been accorded by now." "Kiran Reddy is not the chief minister of one region. He is the CM of entire state. Hence, it is not appropriate for him to behave like this. He should express his opinions in such a manner that those views reflect the aspirations of people of all regions in the state," Jana Reddy said.

VHR attacks Kiran Reddy Speaking to newspersons on the Assembly premises here, Rajya Sabha member V Hanumantha Rao also came down heavily on the attitude of the chief minister, who has openly disapproved the Centre's decision to bifurcate AP.

"Nowadays Kiran Reddy is saying that the spirit shown by Burgula Ramakrishna Rao, the then CM of erstwhile Hyderabad State, is inspiring him to keep the present AP intact.

When Kiran is likening himself to Burgula, he should follow in latter's footsteps and obey the party high command's decision and give up his post as was done by Burgula," Rao said. Stating that Kiran Reddy was biting the hand that fed him, Hanumantha Rao said Sonia Gandhi had made him chief minister by reposing faith in him.

He further wanted to know why Kiran Reddy, as a state government whip, had not opposed the Telangana resolution introduced by the then chief minister YS Rajasekhara Redddy in the Assembly if he was really against the bifurcation.

Karimnagar MP Ponnam Prabhakar, while addressing reporters in Delhi, too fired salvos at the chief minister saying that Kiran Reddy was violating the Constitution by questioning the T-decision taken by the Centre.
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