Bharatiya Janata Party state president G Kishan Reddy on Tuesday said that Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj would move a resolution on separate Telangana in the Parliament on April 27.
Talking to media persons at party office at Nampally, Kishan Reddy claimed that Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar has also accepted the Bjp's proposal of introducing a resolution on Telangana in the agenda of business. He also said that the Bjp got approval for the resolution in the Business Advisory Committee of Parliament. He appealed to all MPs from the region to cooperate in moving a resolution in the House and for a healthy discussion among leaders.
Kishan Reddy said that all parties would have to make their stand clear on Telangana state issue.
Responding to suspension of eight Telangana Congress MPs in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday, he said that it was a 'political drama' enacted by the Congress party on statehood issue. The Speaker's decision clearly indicates that the Congress was against the formation of separate state and the Telangana was possible only with the Bjp and not through ruling party.
Stating that the Bjp would contest the by-elections in Parakala Assembly constituency, he appealed to the people to support the party's candidate. He hoped that the Telangana Political Joint Action Committee would support the Bjp's candidate in the ensuing by-elections. He said that the party has also decided to contest in remaining 17 assembly constituencies also. However, a final decision in this regard would be taken in the State Executive Committee convention being held in West Godavari district on April 30 and May 1.
The Bjp leader came down heavily on TDP chief N Chandrababau Naidu and PCC chief Botsa Satyanarayana for trading charges against each other on the liquor scam. He said that the people of State were disgusted with both of them for degrading values in the politics and using foul language against each other.
He also criticized the State Government for transferring the officials, who are known for integrity. He warned the government of serious consequences if the government did not withdraw its orders.