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Hyderabad, January 7, 2007

The moves of the Congress party by constituting a Second State’s Commission (SRC) seem to have boomeranging with UPA Government at the centre opposing the idea.

During the two day session of the State Congress session of the State Congress held last week, the Chief Minister, Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy said that he would request the Congress president Sonia Gandhi to set up second SRC to study the issue of statehood of Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS). The proposal was turned down by the CPM and is of the opinion that it would create more problems across the country. CPM politburo member Sitaram Yechuri told the media that if it is constituted, the forces demanding separate states across the country would embolden creating new problems. He said that the second SRC was against the spirit of CPM and that it was no solution to the Telangana issue.

Meanwhile, TRS president, K. Chandrasekhara Rao said at a press conference that the TRS would expose the anti-Telangana stance of the Congress during the Palle Baata programme to be held in all Telangana districts between January 20 and 31.

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