TJAC, TRS warn Chandrababu
By Express News Service - HYDERABAD
21st October 2012 09:00 AM
Ahead of the entry of Telugu Desam chief N Chandrababu Naidu’s padayatra into the Telangana region, Telangana Political Joint Action Committee chairman M.Kodandaram warned Naidu not to enter the region without clarifying his stance on the issue of state’s bifurcation.
Talking to reporters at Mahbubnagar on Saturday, the Telangana advocate made it clear that the people of the region would obstruct the padayatra in the absence of TDP chief’s clarification. He said they would not allow any leader of any political party to tour the region unless they made their stand clear on the issue.
Kodandaram alleged that Naidu compounded the confusion with the latest letter he wrote to the Centre demanding an all-party meeting but without clarifying his party’s stance.
“People will not believe Naidu even if he walks on his left hand. They won’t take kindly to his deceitful padayatras who is undertaking Thana Kosam (for his sake) padayatra under the garb of Mee Kosam (For people’s sake) walkathon,” Kodandaram remarked. The TRS has also made it clear that it too will create obstacles to the padayatra of Naidu if he enters the region without spelling out TDP’s stance on Telangana.
Party legislator Jupally Krishna Rao and former MP B Vinod Kumar accused Naidu of showing deceptive love for Telangana only to grab power in the 2014 polls.
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