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TRS MPs resign from Lok Sabha

MLAs and MLCs to submit resignations on Tuesday

Hyderabad, March 3, 2008

The movement for separate Telanga took a new turn on Monday with the resignations of the Member of Parliament (MP)s belonging to the Telangana Rasthritya Samithi (TRS) from the Lok Sabha and the strong support from the Bharateeya Janatha Party (BJP) voice the cause on the floor of the House. TRS President, K Chandrasekhara Rao and three other party MPs trooped into the well as soon as it assembled, raising Jai Telangana slogans and submitted their resignations to Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee who accepted the same.

Speaking to media later, TRS President K Chandrasekhara Rao said that the Congress would be buried in the coming elections. They will have to bite the dust. He said that the Congress is the Villain number one. However, he refused to clearly spell out his plans on allying with the NDA on the issue saying that his party would discuss such issues when the election atmosphere hots up. Earlier, Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha, LK Advani, during his debate on the motion of thanks to the President’s address said this is the first time that MPs are resigning from the House in the Lok Sabha and wanted the Prime Minister to clarify the government’s stand on the Telangana Statehood.

Come Tuesday, the Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) and Member of Legislative Council (MLC) belonging to the TRS Party are expected to submit their resignations. These series of incident are sure to put the struggle for the Telanagana statehood on the radar of the media for the next few days.

Andhra Pradesh on March 3, 2008

TRS MPs resign from Lok Sabha
MLAs and MLCs to submit resignations on Tuesday

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