Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister K Roshaiah looks like a patient who came back to life after going into serious coma. His situation as Chief Minister of the state was so pitiful that, even his own party MLA’s were not in a position to follow his rulings during the tug of war between Telangana and United Andhra movements.
With one statement from Chidambaram, the entire situation in the state has changed dynamically. But, now the relieved Chief Minister looks to concentrate on effectively administering the state towards the path of development.
He requested all the political parties and student unions to help prevail the peace and tranquility in the state as advised by Chidambram in his statement. “This is not a win of one region and loss of other region. Please don’t interpret the statement by Chidambram in a wrong way. It is only a small adjustment which was made to his earlier statement. I request all Telangana MLA’s not to follow the same path of resignations as done by Seemandhra leaders. Let us respect the words of Central Government and work together for the development of the state,” a much more relaxed Roshaiah said before the media.
It was visible at most on Roshaiah’s face that he was “full happys.”