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TRS will only bring another election within six months but not Telangana: MP S. Rajaiah
Congress committed for separate Telangana, says Warangal MLA Basawaraju Saraiah
SANGAREDDY: Telugu Desam candidate from Siddipet assembly constituency P. Babu Mohan said he is ready to withdraw from contest if winning of TRS candidate T. Harish Rao creates in the formation of separate Telangana state.
"Can Harish Rao bring Telangana by December 31, 2010. I am ready keep away from the contest if he assures that he can bring Telangana,'' he said while speaking to reporters after filing nomination at Siddipet on Friday. He alleged that the TRS has been making vicious campaign against the TD to get benefit during the elections.
Mr. Babu Mohan said that the TRS could force one more elections on the people if it fails to bring separate State.
"Resignations of TRS and TDP will not form Telangana. Telangana can be achieved only if the ruling Congress party legislators resign,'' he said.
TDP district president M. Hanumantha Rao was also present.
Warangal Staff Reporter adds:
The TRS will only bring another election within six months but not separate Telangana as is being promised by the party, said Warangal MP S. Rajaiah.
Addressing small gatherings in Kapuwada, Sudha Nagar, Brahminwada, Balasamudram and other localities campaigning for the Assembly byelection, Mr. Rajaiah said Congress understood the sentiments of the people and constituted a committee initiating the process of separate Telangana. However, the TRS leaders are trying to gain political mileage harping on the sentiments of the people.
“If you vote and elect TRS candidate, he will resign again in six months and force another byelection,” he told the cheering crowds that gathered at the meetings.
Candidate for the Warangal West seat, Kondapalli Dayasagar Rao said Warangal town is one of the fast developing towns in the region lying close to capital Hyderabad. Owing to lack of proper political representation, the town lagged behind in development.
“If you vote for me, I will bring more funds and more development. I have definite plans such as underground drainage and widened roads. Vote for me and help work for better Warangal,” he said.
Mr Dayasagar Rao said the Warangal town witnessed enormous growth and new colonies had come up in the recent past which lack basic infrastructure such as street lighting, drainage and security.
“The town can no more lag behind anymore. There is much work to do. A stable political leadership will help us,” he said.
Warangal MLA Basawaraju Saraiah said the party is committed for separate Telangana and people should have no doubts over its credentials.
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