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Pocharam urged not to quit

Staff Reporter

HYDERABAD: Telugu Desam Party (TDP) has asked its breakaway legislator from Banswada in Nizamabad district, Pocharam Srinivas Reddy, to rethink over his decision to resign as MLA as it will only benefit TRS leadership to make some ground lost in the Council elections and will not help the Telangana cause in any way, the party said.

Addressing a press conference here on Saturday, TDP MP and polit bureau member Ramesh Rathod requested Mr. Srinivas Reddy not to fall in the trap of TRS president K. Chandrasekhar Reddy, who, he alleged, had mortgaged Telangana self-esteem in the Council elections by making his MLAs cross-vote in favour of Congress. Time and again it was proved that resignations would bring only elections and not Telangana, he noted.

If he was keen on quitting his MLA post he would have done it the day he announced his decision to part ways with the TDP, Mr. Rathod pointed out. Mr. Rathod urged Mr. Srinivas Reddy to keep in mind that an effigy of KCR was burnt by OU JAC students on Friday alleging that he had mortgaged Telangana movement to the Congress once again.

He cautioned Mr. Reddy that he would be branded as Telangana betrayer if he joined hands with KCR.

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