Political critics feel that the Congress Leaders from the Telangana region might sway their loyalties towards the party which has a firm foot hold in the region. The recent elections for the six constituencies only went on to prove that the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) still has a strong hold in the region. But of course off the records, the majorities that the TRS obtained in real polls were greater than the ones that they achieved right now. But none are giving this valid point any credence. So let us also remove this off our mind. And find what critics and political columnists feel. As per new reports there indicates that the Congress leaders are prepared to sway their loyalties to TRS, frustrated with the delay in the Centre’s impending decision.
T Congress MP, Gutta Sukendhar Reddy felt that the centre’s delay of congruent solution on T-state is creating a flutter in the region. He also said that unless the centre announces a decision on the issue, party will not make headway in the region. He ascertained that they would be pressurizing the high command over the issue. But sources in TRS have claimed that Sukender along with other leaders like Komati Rajagopala Reddy, Vivek, Ponnam Prabhakar, Mandha Jagannatham might join the party soon. It is a known fact that the Nagarkurnool MP Mandha Jagannatham is openly criticizing the high command and the Home Monister P Chidambaram over the delay.
Another interesting fact is the TRS Chief K Chandrasekhar Rao is planning to leave to Delhi to attend the parliamentary sessions. This would be ideal time to wage a protest in the house for the separate Telangana state feel sources. And if Congress MPs join then the situation will worsen. Probably the Congress MPs feel this would be the right approach to appease their future leader KCR, feel political observers. As always said the political leaders are very unpredictable and nothing of the above may ever happen. Congress MPs might also speculate on forming a T-Congress party too. All depends on Congress decision on T state in this coming parliament sessions. (With inputs from internet- AarKay)