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Disciplinary action against violators imminent : DS

Wed 08th Sep 2010 09:54 AM
Disciplinary action against violators imminent : DS
Disciplinary action against violators imminent : DS

Pradesh Congress Committee President D Srinivas on Wednesday stated that the party High Command would not spare anybody who violates party discipline.

Talking to media persons at Gandhi Bhavan, Mr Srinivas said that the High Command would not spare even Kadapa MP YS Jaganmohan Reddy, if he violates party discipline.

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Mr Srinivas was responding to a question by the media persons who asked him why the High Command was not initiating action against Mr Jaganmohan Reddy. He shot back at his questioners that, “who told you that the High Command would not initiate against Jagan?” The High Command is keenly observing the statements made at the Odarpu yatra and would initiate action at an appropriate time, he stated.

The PCC chief said that Chief Minister K Rosaiah would look into remarks of Minister for Mines Balineni Srinivas, who participated in Odarpu yatra, violating the High Command diktat.

He brushed aside rumours of disenchantment among the Ministers by saying that, “though differences on issues naturally exist between members in all government, the state Cabinet Ministers are all obedient and are following party discipline.”

Mr Srinivas asked the MPs, MLAs and MLCs to go to their constituencies and ensure that there is no disruption in the supply of fertilisers to the farmers.

The Prime Minister has also assured to look into shortage of urea, he stated.

Following the directions of AICC, the PCC would formulate guidelines on the financial assistance to the families of victims who died or committed suicide after the death of former Chief Minister YS Rajasekhara Reddy in a helicopter crash on September 2 last, the PCC chief said.

He said there was no need to make controversy on the celebration of Telangana Liberation Day, which is set to fall on Sept 17. The government would take a favourable decision on the celebrations soon, he said.