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Will meet Azad again,discuss resignations:Jana Reddy

Panchayati Raj Minister K Jana Reddy,who is chairman of the Steering Committee,said they will also discuss the issue of accepting the resignations of Telangana MLAs and MPs.

Written by Express News Service | Hyderabad |
July 30, 2011 2:54:52 am

The Telangana Congress Steering Committee on Friday decided to meet AICC general secretary again on Monday in New Delhi and convey that Telangana ministers will not attend office while Telangana Congress MPs will not attend Parliament session.

Panchayati Raj Minister K Jana Reddy,who is chairman of the Steering Committee,said they will also discuss the issue of accepting the resignations of Telangana MLAs and MPs. The steering committee met at the residence of Jana Reddy on Friday evening and decided to meet Azad Monday to take the talks on Telangana to the next level.

“People will not forgive us if our resignations are not taken seriously. We will impress upon Azad that all Telangana MLAs and MPs who have resigned are committed to Telangana and that unless they are given a strong assurance,they will not withdraw,” Jana Reddy said.

The Congress leaders also discussed the announcement of the Lok Sabha Speaker Meera Kumar that she would take a decision of MPs’ resignations before the commencement of Parliament session from August 1. The steering committee also decided to support all protests and agitations starting August 1 started by the various Telangana groups.

“We met to decide on our future course of action as Assembly Speaker N Manohar has rejected the MLAs’ resignations. We will meet Azad on Monday and based on the outcome of the talks,we will go ahead,” MP from Nalgonda Gutha Sukhender Reddy said after the meeting.

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