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BJP repeats demand for Telangana roadmap

December 15, 2009

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Tuesday repeated its demand for a government roadmap on creating a separate Telangana state and said what was happening in Andhra Pradesh was a matter of “anguish”.

“What is happening in Andhra Pradesh is a matter of anguish. The government of India has complicated the issue. The state is in turmoil, students are on strike. More than 130 MLAs seem to have resigned. The assembly was not able to function and was adjourned sine die,” BJP MP M. Venkaiah Naidu said while raising the issue during zero hour in the Rajya Sabha.

“The government is playing with the sensitivity of the people. The government of India has behaved in a most irresponsible and immature manner. I want the government to come out with a roadmap (on the Telangana issue),” he added.

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