Even as the CM Kiran’s resignation or sacking is yet to be confirmed, political leaders are all set to play spoilsport. Six senior congress leaders, including two ministers, are vying up for the CM post for the past two months when the state functionary is paralysed over controversial “division” process. At a time when people hit the streets, rocked with protests, continuous bandhs disrupting public life to the hilt, it is sad state of affairs that few leaders turned out to be power-drunk. Though Kiran time and again said that he would take a call if T-Bill, which was unanimously rejected by AP Assembly and Council, is tabled in Parliament, there is doubt whether he will do it or when he will do it.
Similarly another senior minister from Guntur is also in the radar. Interestingly he has reportedly pleaded with his colleague from Warangal. “Anna , any way you have chance to become CM at Hyderabad once T-state is given. This is my last chance, so please leave it to me’, was his appeal.” A senior MLA from Prakasam and also from West Godavari told Cong big wigs in Delhi that they have served party for 30 years but no elevation . “Give us CM post for at least a month in Hyderabad.”
All these people are certainly bringing the Telugu pride down before High Command. Isn’t it? Now, it’s for people to take a wise call in coming elections.