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KURNOOL: Minister for Minor Irrigation and president of Rayalaseema Hakkula Ikya Vedika T.G. Venkatesh has said they will allow formation of Telangana only after parity in development among the regions is achieved.
Talking to reporters here on Sunday, he said if the State was bifurcated, Rayalaseema would be the worst victim of selfish politics.
The second capital should be immediately established at Kurnool and the development package implemented for Rayalaseema region. Once developmental equality was achieved, the leaders of Rayalaseema would be ready for any arrangement either for bifurcation or other solution.
He accused TRS leader K. Chandrasekhar Rao and his supporters of having no seriousness about Telangana but were bent upon using the sentiment for their personal agenda.
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