Rajya Sabha was rocked by The Telangana issue on Friday

After a long time, separate telangana state issue came for discussion in Rajyasabha on friday with couple of comments from members from different parties. Continue to read the summary of discussion happened in the Rajyasabha.

Rajya Sabha was rocked by The Telangana issue on Friday with all the political parties in andhrapradesh blaming each other for delay in granting separate telangana state.

Congress MP Hanumantha Rao started the uproar reminding everyone on the home minister P Chidambaram's statement on separate Telangana state creation in 2010.

After TDP leader Chandrababu Naidu said to support Telangana issue on December 7, 2010, home minister Chidambaram had made the statement in front of media, about starting the process of creation of Telangana on December 9, 2010. Rao said.

On Congress MP Rao's comment over his party MP Chidambaram's statement in december 2010, TDP member Devendra Goud T said the same, Congress demanding clarification from home minsiter chidambaram on his statement, trying to blame his own party.

BJP member Prakash Javadekar (BJP) took a chance to comment over the discussion and said Congress was clear with its own stand and seeking opinions of other parties on the Telangana issue. He further added, "All the parties are present in the hall today and let everyone, including Congress, make its stand clear".

Prakash Javadekar's statement caused the uproar in the hall with members from all sides attacking each other with their comments, leads to adjourn the house.

Afer the House reassembled after some time, Hanumantha Rao, who actually started the topic said political leaders should find a solution to the separate telangana state issue.

After few seconds of silence in the house, BJP member Basawaraj Patil said, I wondered why the government has not so far listened to the demands of people who have been agitating for separate telangana state since long time, instead the government has to respect their sentiments.

TDP member Y S Chowdhury said many students have committed suicide during agitations and industrial growth in Telangana region has declined considerably but the government was not actioned till now on this. As per the government only condition for granting separate telangana is "unanimity", but it would not be the ground for state creation.

MP Renuka Chaudhury contested Choudary's statement and said, the opposition was not misleading the house.

A question raised by Congress MP Mohammad Ali Khan about the intention of the NDA government and other parties such as TDP and TRS on Telangana state creation.

Nand Kumar Sai, a BJP member demanded a Bill in the last 2 days of ongoing Parliament session on separate Telangana state creation. Also said both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana would continue to do well as separate regions rather than single state.


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