Right now many Congress MLAs and MPs are getting ready to submit resignation, though Digvijay Singh asked them to wait and voice their opinion in assembly and parliament rather quitting posts like this. Let us see what will happen.
Posted : August 5, 2013 at 8:08 am IST by
On July 30th, Congress high command has decided to sanction Telangana and they have announced the same. However, Chief Minister was troubled with the decision and he immediately declared to high command that he cannot continue in CM post anymore.
Reports from Delhi are indicating that Chidambaram is busy inviting Tamilnadu governor Rosaiah to come back and take reigns as Chief Minister. In the wake of protests rocking Seemandhra and Kiran unpleased with the decision of high command to split state, the big discussion is about the CM candidate who will rule AP until the bifurcation process gets completed. Because if Kiran resigns, then someone very neutral and High Command loyalist should be here to control everything. Even before Telangana was announced, Minister Chidambaram has met Rosaiah in Chennai to invite him back to AP and take over CM post. But Rosaiah has reportedly declined the idea of coming to AP citing health issues. However, for now, Sonia and Manmohan succeeded in pacifying CM Kiran from resigning, but who knows anything may happen in the coming days as protesters are demanding for Kiran’s resignation.