CM Kiran may resign in 2-3 days

Posted : February 10, 2014 at 7:29 pm IST by ManaTelugu

The speed with which the UPA government is moving, has bewildered state ministers and they had to eat their words within few hours.

State minister T.G. Venkatesh, one of the close associates of Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy said Kiran will not take a decision on resignation until the President puts his stamp of approval on the T Bill and sends it to Parliament. Another minister Erasu Pratap Reddy even made a guess that President Pranab sees to be in a dilemma.

However, as news emerged that the Bill will be introduced in Rajya Sabha on Tuesday, T.G. ate his earlier words and said CM Kiran may take a decision on quitting in a couple of days.

He felt that the President has not approved the Bill whole-heartedly, because Pranab has said several times earlier, that the bifurcation will harm both the regions.

Venkatesh also called the President’s approval to the Bill rejected by the state Assembly as a “Black day” for Telugu people.  The minister said he will quit Congress if the Bill is passed in Rajya Sabha. He felt that if the Bill is passed in Rajya Sabha, it implies passage of the Bill.