Lashing out at TRS president K. Chandrasekhar Rao for his remarks against Seemandhra government employees that they should leave Telangana as soon as the State is divided, Minister for Information and Public Relations D.K. Aruna said that he seemed not interested in creating Telangana State.
Addressing ‘Telangana Vijayostava Sabha’ organised by the District Congress Committee at zilla parishad grounds here on Saturday evening, she said that KCR was not able to digest the fact that the Congress could create Telangana State without his involvement in the process.
She said that such comments would create trouble in forming Telangana State. D.K. Aruna appealed to KCR to maintain constrain till the Telangana bill was passed in the Parliament.
She exhorted the Congress workers to take the party’s decision on Telangana to every village and every person.
Ms. Aruna expressed confidence that Telangana bill would be introduced and passed in the ensuing Parliament session.
APCC spokesperson and MP Mallu Ravi said that the first elected Chief Minister of Hyderabad State Burgula Ramkrishna Rao hailed from Mahabubnagar and appealed to Telangana leaders to elect D.K. Aruna of the district as first Chief Minister of Telangana State.
MLC S. Jagadeshwar Reddy, MLAs Abraham, Pratap Reddy, former MP D. Villal Rao, State Youth Congress president Vamshi Chand Reddy, former Minister J. Chittaranjan Das, DCC president Obedulla Kothwal and others also spoke.
Earlier, D.K. Aruna, accompanied by district Congress leaders, came in a rally to the district headquarter. She was accorded a rousing reception at Kothoor town by Congress activists.