With the Telangana Bill expected to come up in Parliament during the session next month, the main opposition BJP on Friday said it would decide on its stance after considering various views, particularly in the context of “justice” for Seemandhra region.

“We are studying the Bill. Once the discussion in the (Andhra Pradesh) Assembly is over, the central leadership will discuss and then take into consideration various viewpoints and also suggestions by different people and then try to decide how to move about in the coming session of Parliament,” party leader M. Venkaiah Naidu told reporters here.

He said though the Bharatiya Janata Party is committed to the creation of Telangana, it wants to “protect the interests of Seemandhra region” as well.

“You cannot deal with such a sensitive, serious and emotional matter in such a casual manner. It is a matter that deserves highest consideration at every level,” Mr. Naidu added.