Telangana approval is an attempt to woo voters: Jagan Reddy

Hyderabad, Oct 04 (ANI): YSR Congress Party chief Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy accused the Union Government of trying to woo voters by approving the formation of Telangana, and demanded the resignation of cabinet members who have ignored and betrayed the state of Andhra Pradesh. He further said that his party has called for a 72-hour shutdown to protest against this division. Reddy also demanded the resignation of all the 25 MP's and requested the Speaker to accept their resignations. Earlier the Union Cabinet approved the formation of Telangana from the existing state of Andhra Pradesh and that Hyderabad would be the joint capital for the next ten years Oct 4, 2013

TRS chief K T Rama Rao welcomes Cabinet's nod to Telangana

Hyderabad, Oct 03 (ANI): Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) President K T Rama Rao welcomed the Union Cabinet's approval on the formation of Telangana from the existing state of Andhra Pradesh, and said that there is no problem in having two Telugu speaking states in the country. Earlier, the Union Cabinet approved the formation of Telangana from the existing state of Andhra Pradesh and that Hyderabad would be the joint capital for the next ten years. Oct 4, 2013

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