The Central Government will table the Andhra Pradesh Reorganization Bill in Parliament on 12th of this month and right now all eyes are on one man who challenged the Center that he would quit politics if the same Bill that is sent to Andhra Pradesh Assembly is placed before Parliament. He is none other than Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy. Will he stick to his words and resign to the post is something the political analysts are estimating.
From the sources close to CM Kiran, he is wait and watch mode. As CM met President of India Pranab and requested him to take appropriate action against the bifurcation issue, he is waiting what will be President's decision. To the minister whom Kiran met yesterday at his camp office said, if President approves the bill and send it to Parliament then Kiran is considering to resign and he might create a political crisis in the state.
However, Government of India and Congress high command is closely scrutinizing Kiran's steps and to tackle any kind of political crisis in the state, Congress is looking to impose President's Rule in the state. Next week we might very interesting developments in the National and state politics.