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President Rule appears to be likely situation in Andhra Pradesh
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President Rule appears to be likely situation in Andhra Pradesh
Union Government denies resignation by Rosaiah

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President Rule appears to be likely situation in Andhra Pradesh

Union Government denies resignation by Rosaiah

With 20 ministers hailing from the Coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema regions who are part of the Rosaiah-led Congress Government in Andhra Pradesh have all set to offer their resignation, rumors are abuzz that the Chief Minister Rosaiah himself have submitted his resignation from his post to the Congress high command. If at all Rosaiah has indeed submitted his papers, introduction of President Rule in the state would be the most likely scenario.

However, the Union Government insisted that they have not received any such resignation from Rosaiah and ruled out any such incident that could put the state government into jeopardy. Reports said that attempts by Rosaiah to talk to Ms. Sonia Gandhi were in vein because Ms. Gandhi was out of Delhi and was touring the Rae Bareli constituency till late Saturday evening. Rosaiah, speaking to the press in evening maintained his stand that nothing had been finalized yet and that formation of states is not an overnight activity.

Meanwhile, the remaining ministers, who hail from the Telangana region are now planning to meet on Sunday to discuss about their course of action. Ministers such as Home Minister P Sabita Indra Reddy said while Major Irrigation Minister Ponnala Lakshmaiah feel that there is no need for them to resign as the decision making about Telengana statehood and the initiation of action towards it will be done by the Union Government and not by the state government. Information Technology Minister Komatireddy Venkata Reddy however is clear about his stand. Reports say that he expressed his intention to resign if the party takes a step towards not forming Telangana.

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