"Just see the plight of my state. Today, the situation of the state has worsened. From tomorrow, I will be on an indefinite fast to protest against this," Reddy told media here.
"I will be sending a team from my party to Delhi. I will consult the leaders of all parties and will also meet the President," he added.
Reddy feared that Telangana will make Hyderabad jobs off-limits for outsiders.
"Hyderabad, a city that took 60 years to build, can't be left in 10 years. And where will these engineers, students go? We want the country to start thinking - this arbitrariness has to stop. I request the entire nation to stand up and fight against this injustice," he said.
He asked why the decision on Telangana cannot be reversed.
Reddy has also called for a 72-hour shutdown in Seemandhra region to protest against the Union Cabinet's approval for creation of Telangana as the 29th state.
Reddy yesterday accused the Union Government of trying to woo voters by approving the formation of Telangana, and demanded the resignation of Cabinet members who have ignored and betrayed the state of Andhra Pradesh.
The Union Cabinet yesterday approved the creation of a new state of Telangana by bifurcating the existing state of Andhra Pradesh.
The city of Hyderabad will function as the common capital for both the States for a period of ten years. The Union Cabinet has approved the setting up of a Group of Ministers (GoM) to work out the various legal and administrative measures to ensure the safety and security of the residents of all the regions of the State including the guarantee of the Fundamental Rights.
The Union Cabinet further approved that the GoM will go into the various issues which concern both the States and suggest appropriate measures to address them.
The GoM will also work out the modalities for the provision of special financial disbursements required for the setting up of a new capital for the residuary State of Andhra Pradesh and to meet the special needs of the backward regions and districts of the two States.
--ANI (Posted on 04-10-2013)