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TRS no to Hyderabad as UT or joint capital

Telangana: CWC had proposed that Hyderabad would be the joint capital for a period of 10 years

Written by Press Trust Of India | Hyderabad | Published: August 5, 2013 3:51:54 am

TRS president K Chandrasekhara Rao Sunday voiced his opposition to any proposal making Hyderabad a permanent joint capital of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh or a Union Territory.

Rao said the administration of Hyderabad should

be run by the Telangana government.

“TRS would have no objection if the new Andhra Pradesh government runs its administration from Hyderabad till a capital with necessary infrastructure is built,but the administration of

Hyderabad should be run by the Telangana government,” he said.

The TRS president was speaking at a meet-the-press programme organised by the Telangana Journalists Forum.

While giving its nod to the creation of Telangana state out of Andhra Pradesh last week,the Congress Working Committee (CWC) had proposed that Hyderabad would be the joint capital of the newly proposed state and the other regions — Rayalaseema and Andhra — for a period of 10 years.

With no major city in the Rayalaseema and coastal Andhra regions having the necessary infrastructure to be the capital of the new Andhra Pradesh state,some leaders from the two regions have favoured making Hyderabad a UT or permanent capital of the two states.

KCR also denied having made remarks that employees from Andhra have no option but to go back to their native region post-bifurcation that caused a furore.

“Who asked you to go? You will do your administration. You run (administration) for 10 years (as said by Congress). You retire here and buy a flat and be here. We have no objection. We never curse people. We only curse people who curse people,” he said.

He,however,alleged that Telangana has suffered a lot in terms of jobs,availability of water among other things in a united Andhra Pradesh.

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