Meanwhile, Telugu Desam Party (TDP) president N Chandrababu Naidu, who is on an indefinite hunger strike, has been asked to immediately vacate the Andhra Bhawan in New Delhi.
Naidu, however, said he won't leave the place as he is fighting for the people.
In Hyderabad, YSR Congress chief Y S Jaganmohan Reddy's indefinite hunger strike entered the fourth day on Tuesday. He is also protesting against the creation of Telangana.
On the other hand, protests intensified in coastal Andhra Pradesh and the Seemandhra region following the clearance of Telanagana.
Over 50 lakh households in five districts have plunged into darkness since Monday morning as over 8,000 power sector employees have joined the protests.
Amid widespread protests, four Union ministers from Seemandhra region in Andhra Pradesh on Monday met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh requesting him to accept their resignations over the decision to create a separateTelangana state.
Union Human Resource Development Minister Pallam Raju, Union Tourism Minister K Chiranjeevi, Minister of State for Commerce D Purandeswari and Minister of State for Railways Surya Prakash Reddy met Singh together to press for acceptance of their resignations.
They decided to not attend the office.
Singh reportedly told them that he will look into their request.
"Pallam Raju has given his resignation today but Chiranjeevi and Surya Prakash Reddy gave resignation two days ago. So, today, we have requested the Prime Minister to expedite it and accept our resignations," Purandeswari told reporters.
This came in even as angry protests swept through the south Indian state resulting in power cuts along the areas of Coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema.
Earlier, Union Tourism Minister K Chiranjeevi and Minister of State for Railways Kotla Surya Prakash Reddy had offered their resignations over the issue.
Pallam Raju had tendered his resignation from the union council of minister over bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh for a separate Telangana state.
However, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy on Monday said he will stay on as the chief minister and fight for a united Andhra Pradesh.
"My post is not important. It is not permanent. But, the state is permanent. We must keep that in mind before taking a very important decision like bifurcation of a big state like Andhra Pradesh," he told CNN-IBN channel.
Meanwhile, Chandrababu Naidu on Monday started an indefinite fast in New Delhi over his demand for justice for people of Seemandhra.
He arrived in New Delhi on Monday morning.
"Congress is dividing Andhra Pradesh for political gains. It is a kind of match-fixing," Naidu told reporters.
"I am fasting to protect the interests of the people of Seemandhra," he said.
Targeting Congress supremo Sonia Gandhi, he said, "The government in Delhi understands Italian language. I want to use it. It is more appropriate to (the) government in Delhi and (the) Congress party also."
He said that Coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema are "immobilismo".
"For those not fluent in Italian, things are at a standstill. Total standstill," Naidu said.
His rival Jaganmohan Reddy on Saturday began his indefinite fast to protest against bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh and creation of Telangana state.
"The central government does not want a united Andhra Pradesh," Reddy told NDTV.
He said he will move the Supreme Court challenging the Union Cabinet's decision to create Telangana state.
Reacting to Naidu's fast, Reddy told the news channel: "But what exactly is his stand? He should write a letter to the Centre first, saying he is for a united Andhra Pradesh."
The Union Cabinet on Thursday approved the creation of a new state of Telangana by bifurcating the existing state of Andhra Pradesh.
After the Cabinet meeting, Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde told media, "The Cabinet approved the formation of GoM for creation of Telangana. Hyderabad will be the joint capital for 10 years."
India's ruling Congress party on July 30, approved a move to carve out the Telangana region of Andhra Pradesh as the 29th state of the country, giving in to a five-decade-long demand from supporters in a major decision ahead of 2014 elections.
Officially urging the government to take constitutional steps that will see the state's formation, the Congress Working Committee (CWC) passed a resolution following a meeting of the constituents of the ruling United Progressive Alliance (UPA).
The state, which is likely to take few months to be formed, is expected to have 10 districts, a population of 35.38 million and an area of 1.14 lakh square km and including Andhra Pradesh capital Hyderabad, which serve as a common capital for 10 years.
The Congress has 33 MPs from Andhra Pradesh.
As many as 19 of them are from the coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema regions to be included under Telangana state. They are opposed to the division of the state.
--IBNS (Posted on 08-10-2013)