Old Letters New Move- Says Chandra Babu

October 09, 2013 08:46
Old Letters New Move- Says Chandra Babu

Chandrababu Naidu who started indefinite hunger strike at Delhi protesting the Government's decisions ignoring the heart burned agitations of Seemandhra region apparently cannot be afforded by the Congress party at this time.  Congress party leaders are blaming Chandra Babu Naidu for accepting first for the bifurcation and now taking a u turn.  To corroborate their claim Digvijay Singh also released the letter given by Chandra Babu agreeing for the formation of Telangana State.

Chandra Babu says that the congress party is making a fresh political move with an old letter.  He says that the present situation is of priority that the Seemandhra people are suffering because of the decision taken by the Cabinet which has to be addressed at present.  

In fact if the Congress Government is acting on the letter of Chandra Babu Naidu, he can always give a fresh letter.  He asks why the Government is not hearing to the grievances of the Seemandhra.  Why the Government going ahead with the decision turning a blind eye to the Seemandhra that is in turmoil?

Chandra Babu said that he wanted justice to the two regions and that is the reason why he is sitting at AP Bhavan to get the voice of the Seemandhra amplified to attain national importance.     Chandra Babu criticizes that Digvijay Singh from MP, Chidambaram from Tamil Nadu and Sonia Gandhi from Italy are playing with the sentiments of Telugu people.  

About 1500 supporters of Chandra Babu Naidu reached Delhi.  Many national leaders, lawyers and IT professionals met Chandra Babu and expressed their support to the cause for which he started the hunger strike.

Today, the supporters of Chandra Babu were not allowed in to AP Bhavan.  It gave way to altercations between the staff of AP Bhavan and the supporters of Chandra Babu Naidu.  


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