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“Congress should honour people’s sentiment”

Staff Reporter

NIZAMABAD: The Congress party’s credibility will increase among the people of Telangana only when it fulfils the promise it made over separate Telangana during the last general elections. Fielding a barrage of questions from mediapersons at Meet the Press programme conducted by the Press Club of Nizamabad here on Saturday, MP and AICC secretary Madhu Goud Yashki, said he has been making all out efforts to prevail upon the party high command to take a favourable decision on Telangana. “However, the elements which have been working against Telangna are powerful and unless all forces advocating separate Statehood get united the dream cannot come true ”, he deplored.

Mr. Madhu Goud, said that as long as he continued in politics he would do a few good things for people”, he said.

Resignation

Asked as to whether he would quit his AICC secretary post if the high command did not announce its decision in favour of Telangana, he said resignations were not solution for achieving the goal. He hastened to add that there would be some impact of resignations of TRS legislators in the elections.

Press Club president J. Ganesh presided.

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