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The crisis in Andhra Pradesh over the Telangana issue deepened further with 20 ministers hailing from Coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema regions deciding to resign as a protest to the Union Government’s decision to form a separate a Telangana state. All ministers of the Rayalaseema and Coastal Andhra regions in the K Rosaiah-lead Andhra Pradesh Cabinet met in a hotel in Hyderabad and decided to put in their papers. Speaking to the reporters, Minister for Municipal Administration Anam Ramnarayana Reddy said that they would meet the Chief Minister to submit their resignations. Political experts believe that the Rosaiah Government will be in deep crisis once the Ministers indeed file their resignations.

Earlier, as many as 130 legislators have submitted their resignations over the Telangana issue in the last 2 days. Another minister Ramnarayan Reddy said "We want Andhra Pradesh state to remain united". He added, "there will be no turning back on Telangana."

Meanwhile, bundh continued for the second day in the Coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema regions. Protesters damaged 25 buses and vehicles. Bus and Train services at several places were disrupted. The protests turned violent in Anantpur, Chittor and Nellore. A warehouse in Anantpur district was set ablaze.

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