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Chandrababu doubts meeting of Rosaiah with Prime Minister
Wonders if the discussion about Babli and 13 other barrage projects has come up

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Chandrababu doubts meeting of Rosaiah with Prime Minister

Wonders if the discussion about Babli and 13 other barrage projects has come up

Telugu Desam Party (TDP) President Nara Chandrababu Naidu wondered if the meeting between Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister K Rosaiah and Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh had indeed happened on Monday and if it did happen, he questioned about its outcome. He felt that Rosaiah has compromised during the course of discussions with Prime Minister.

Chandrababu Naidu doubted about any positive outcome for the state considering that the Union Minister for Water Resources, Pawan Kumar Bansal has the contention that both the states should abide the orders of the Supreme Court of India and having seen that Maharashtra Government has clearly violated the orders as well as the inter-state agreement and tribunal award by building gates at Babli and 13 other barrage projects. Mr. Naidu wondered why the State Congress leaders are not pressing to bring the topic before their supreme Ms. Sonia Gandhi considering that political solution is the most viable choice available at the moment. Sources say that if the Prime Minister fails to interfere in the issue at the earliest, TDP Parliament members will take up the issue and table it before the Parliament.

Meanwhile, the Chief Minister reacted saying that the Babli issue cannot be resolved in one hours time or in a day and that it will take some time. He said that the State Government will take all steps both legally and via discussions with the Maharashtra counterparts to bring an amicable solution for the state.

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