Centre should review its decision on division: YSRCP

Centre should review its decision on division: YSRCP - Sakshi Post

Buoyed by the overwhelming success of the Samaikhya Shankaravam, YSR Congress has demanded the Centre to review its decision of dividing the state as the voice of the people had a message which was loud and clear demanding a united state.

“The demand for a united state was very vociferous and the Centre should respect the sentiments of the people and reverse its decision to split the state. The meeting has shown the faith people has in YS Jagan Mohan Reddy and the mood was clearly in support for a united state and we will continue the fight till the end,” party senior leader Konathala Ramakrishna told reporters here on Sunday.
Expressing confidence that all persons and parties that have belief in democracy will react positively, he said the meeting has a sent a clear message to the Centre that the will of the people is against division.
Thanking the people who came in large numbers from far and wide braving all odds, he said their fight will continue till the Centre yields to the demand of dropping the idea of dividing the state.
Defending party president’s remark that we will win 30 MPs and dictate terms to Delhi, he said;” our leader’s intention is to have Prime Minister who will support an integrated state and Telugu people will have a say in the national politics.”
Turning nostalgic, he said, LB Stadium has affinity with YSR family as YSR was sworn-in at the same venue and signed the free power and loan waiver files in 2004 and also took oath in 2009 for the second time at the same venue.
Regarding rains, he said that five days of heavy rains played havoc in coastal Andhra and other regions causing huge damage to crops, livestock and roads, Ramakrishna demanded that the state government should take up relief works on a war footing and provide ample compensation for the loss and damage. Crops were affecting in over 20 lakh acres while roads and rivers have breached. Party Honorary president YS Vijayamma has been on a two-day tour of the flood affected areas, he said.




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