Telangana Government is Not Cooperating: Chandrababu
HYDERABAD: Alleging that the state division process was completed within half-an-hour in the Parliament, and the center tried to create trouble with Shivaramakrishna Committee, which was setup for the selection of a place for Capital City, the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu said that it seems the Telangana Government was not in a mood to extend its cooperation to Andhra Pradesh.
The Telangana government was in a mood to provoke the sentiments, he alleged.
Speaking to the media here on Friday after a meeting with the district collectors at Secretariat, Naidu said that the people of Seemandhra thought that the division would not take place.
“The impact of division on the people was severe, and the people felt unhappy over the way the division of the state took place”, he lamented.
He has given a call to the people of Andhra Pradesh to participate in Nava Nirmana Deeksha on June 2, on the day the division took place, to be held from 9.30 AM. The progrm will continue for half an hour.
Naidu asked the students, employees and people to participate in big numbers. He said that the program should be held in a manner that the persons who divided the state should feel jealous.
He suggested to the employees staying in Hyderabad to go to Andhra Pradesh and participate in the program. He hoped that the program becomes an inspiration for the people of the Andhra Pradesh State.