If there is one leader who would go outlandish in his expression, then it is the TRS leader of the Parliament, Etela Rajender. Commenting on the ways the Seemandhra leaders are trying to influence the T decision which was almost certain, earlier, on January 28, he lashed out.
With mounting parleys of many leaders from the other side demanding a unified Andhra Pradesh, the centre is in a fix on the issue.
The TRS leader on Friday (January 25) lashed out at the union minister Ghulam Nabi Azad. He said that the minister was lured by the gifts showered by the leaders from the other side.
The TRS leader also said that Congress MPs Lagadapati Rajagopal and Kavuri Sambasiva Rao were today squandering money to influence the decision against Telangana from where they earned it.
With tensions mounting on both the sides of the state over the issue, Congress is at cross roads on the impending problem. In fact earlier Congress that was to announce its decision on the January 28 on the issue was to give a green signal to the state formation.
However protests from both the sides makes the situation more delirious and keeps the party undecided. With doubts of the decision on the raise many Congress leaders hailing from the T region met today at the residence of Manda Jaganatham to discuss their future plans post the decision.
Congress MPs, post the meet also said that the leaders of the region might take the ultimate step of mass resignations if the high command refuses T formation. (Wishesh AarKay)