BJP State President Kishan Reddy said that he stated that the party will abide by its promise to support Telangana. But he told GoM that the Center's policy should be revealed. He suggested that the Government should dispel the fears of Seemandhra People. He said that he asked GoM when the Government does not have an idea what it is going to include in the Bill how it can ask for the opinion of others? He said that he believes that the small States prosper fast and asked the Government to do it in a peaceful manner the way BJP Government did in the case of 3 States previously.
CPI State Secretary Narayana said that he asked for the Telangana with 10 districts. He opined that they should have called all the parties at a time instead of calling separately. He said that he asked for the solution to the Seemandhra problems. He also desired Development Boards to be established for Andhra, Rayalaseema and Uttarandhra and a Common Board to solve water disputes.
MIM President Asaduddin Owaisi clearly told GoM that he opposes the bifurcation plan of the Government. He said that the High Court also should be divided if the division cannot be avoided. He is against making Hyderabad as common capital and also against giving the law and order control on Hyderabad to the Center. He said it is surprising that the Congress party leaders’ opinions are differing. MIM President also said that it is also surprising that the Antony committee and Jairam Ramesh have not submitted any reports to GoM so far.
Congress party representatives headed by the Deputy Chief Minsiter Damodara Raja Narasimha headed to talk to GoM. PCC President Botsa Satyanarayana said that he doesn’t know what is in the report of the Congress party being submitted to GoM.