T stir affects governance: CM

Confident that Centre would come out with a solution soon

Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy predicted an early solution to the ongoing demand for a separate Telangana state and said the problem had been disturbing the administration in the state.

The Chief Minister told the Congress workers here on Tuesday that the administration had been facing problems due to the separatist demand for the past three years. He said that the Central government had taken up the issue now and was seriously examining it.

He expressed the confidence that the Central government would soon come out with a solution to the issue, which would be ‘acceptable to majority of the people.’ He asserted that the solution would end the trouble and bring the administration back on to the track. He also asserted that the solution would also end the problems facing the state and pave way for greater development.

He asked the Congress workers and leaders to keep differences aside and work for the party. He said that the party leaders and workers would be given importance in the nominated posts shortly. The exercise would be completed soon and every leader would get due recognition in the nominated posts, he said.

APCC president Botcha Satyanarayana asked the people to work hard to keep the party in power. He said that there was nothing for the leaders to worry about the opposition parties, which were holding protests and padayatras.

Kavuri Sambasiva Rao and Lagadapati Rajagopal, Congress parliamentarians from Krishna district, and senior leaders were among those present at the meeting.

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