Wednesday, 5 September 2012
Prime Minister is not fulfilling his promise to create a separate Telangana State
BJP will announce formation of telangana state just after coming to power at centre – Advani
Former Deputy Prime Minister of India Shri Lal Krishan Advani announced here today that a separate Telangana State will be formed just after BJP comes to power at Centre. On the conclusion of the three day dharna at Jantar Mantar under the leadership of Shri Krishan Reddy demanding a separate telangana State, Shri Advani said that Uttaranchal, Jharkhand and Chhatisgarh States were formed during the Prime Ministership of Shri Atal Behari Vajpayee. Due to opposition of some allies the creation of Telegana State remained pending, but now this will be given highest priority.
On this occasion, Shri Advani told that the Congress has been misleading the people continuously. Prime Minister and UPA Chairperson Smt. Sonia Gandhi had also assured about formation of Telengana State, but after some time both failed to fulfill their promise. Due to this there is great acrimony among the people of Telengana. When BJP will come to power, State of Telengana will be certainly formed. He further told that whenever he visited Telengana area of Andhra Pradesh, he found full support for BJP.
On this occasion, Shri G. Krishan Reddy announced that BJP will make its movement more forceful. Lakhs of workers are ready to come in the streets to fight against the atrocities of Congress Government. The sacrifices of the people of Telengana will not go in vain. SarvaShri Ram Lal, Murlidhar Rao, Bangaru Dattareye, Ranjan Reddy, Vidya Sagar Rao, Indresen Reddy, Manohar Reddy, Shri Ram Vaidre etc. also addressed the people participating dharna.
On this occasion Delhi Pradesh BJP President Shri Vijender Gupta told that Delhi BJP will fully support the movement by the State Unit on the issue of Telengana. He accused that our Prime Minister and UPA Chairperson Smt. Sonia Gandhi are trying to vitiate the atmosphere by putting hindrance in the formation of new State of Telengana. More than 5000 workers coming from Telengana expressed their acrimony during dharna/demonstration in Delhi which continued for three days. The police and the administration tried unsuccessfully to drive them out.