HYDERABAD: The Communist Party of India has asked all its four MLAs to submit to the party’s State leadership their resignations from the Assembly.
A final decision on their resignation letters would be taken at the party’s national executive meeting in Bangalore beginning on December 26.
Announcing this in a statement here on Friday, CPI State secretary K. Narayana demanded that the Centre come out with a specific action plan on the implementation of its announcement on initiating the process for formation of Telangana State on December 9.
Dr. Narayana expressed concern that the U-turn made by the Centre through its December 23 announcement deepened the political crisis in the State leading to resignation by 13 Ministers from Telangana region.
State of ‘coma’
The government was in a state of ‘coma’ and was paralysed while tension prevailing in the region could result in violent incidents.
The attacks on Telugu Desam Party (TDP) senior leader N. Janardhan Reddy was indicative of infiltration of the movement by ‘anti-social elements’ and there was a possibility of occurrence of more such attacks.
The government was, however, trying to suppress the agitation by summoning more central forces.