Kiran Reddy plans to put his papers in a couple of days
February 9, 2014 - Hyderabad
Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy is planning to step down from the post with a couple of days according to reliable sources.
It is reported that Kiran Reddy has turned down the request of the Seemandhra MPs not to go ahead with his proposal till February 21. They told him that the resignation would set back the fight against Samikhayndhra movement and advised him to hold on and wait for developments to come in the next ten days in the Parliament.
Seemandhra MPs expressed that the main Opposition in the Parliament is too not happy with the way Congress is going ahead. Sources close to the Chief Minister said that Kiran Kumar Reddy is very firm on the decision and will go ahead. They said that the he will put his papers in two are three days after the President refers to Parliament and after passing of vote-on budget. It is not proper for him to continue till the Parliament is concluded.
On resignation and talk of new party, Kiran Reddy said that he was not alone and one of the options before him was resignation. He said that three are 70 to 80 MLAs and MPs and all of them would sit and discuss, he said.