TRS unable to identity real leaders on Telangana issue: CPI
CPI state unit Secretary K Narayana today alleged Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) party was unable to identify the serious and non-seriousness political parties over the separate Telangana statehood issue.
The CPI, declared their stand on Telangana state earlier, but TRS chief K Chandrashekara Rao failed to welcome it, Mr Narayana alleged at a press conference here today.
Welcoming KCR's criticism of the Congress claiming that though belated Mr.Rao realised that the ruling Congress adopted double standards on separate Telangana, he advised him not to trust the Congress and continue his struggle till a separate Telangansa became a reality.
Suicidal situation would come to KCR if he still believes the Congress even one per cent on bifurcation of the state, the CPI leader cautioned and said the Congress telangana leaders have no option to form 'front in Telangana' for their political survival if their central leadership was not conceding to a Telangana state.
The Congress was responsible for the muddle and the indecisiveness of the party had left the state in disarray over Telangana issue, he charged.
To a question, he said alliances would be decided at the time of elections as it is common in every elections.