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Keshav Rao lashes out at Kiran Reddy

New Delhi, Fri, 14 Oct 2011 ANI

New Delhi, Oct 14 (ANI): Congress lawmaker K. Keshav Rao has lashed out at Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy for forcing candidates belonging to Telangana region to appear for state public service commission examination amid dysfunctional state machinery.


Addressing mediapersons here on Thursday, Rao said: "The exam is held in the entire state of Andhra Pradesh and due to constant protests people from Telangana wouldn't be able to give the exams, hence giving an edge to non-Telangana candidates.


"The chief minister sadistically for his vicarious enjoyment is trying to conduct examinations for Telangana region people, examinations of group two service commission, which are to start on October 15. He (Reddy) knows well that there are no buses, that there are no auto rickshaws, yet the chief minister has warned the people to go to the examination centers and given the exam, now the design behind it is the exam is held for two regions, it is the state exams for officers, he is thinking that these exams are held and all the vacancies all the jobs are taken over by the Andhra candidate," he added.


Keshav Rao further said the Central Government is not able to meet the expectations of the people of Telangana, even after it's constant efforts.


"Yet, the Central Government is to able to meet the expectations of the people whose patience have out. They were expecting it by September 30, it's alright even though they are doing it, but to make sure that the pressure is on to see that some decision come we the MPs have thought that we should stand by the people at this critical hour," said Rao.


Pro-Telangana activists have stepped up their efforts for the four-decade-old demand of a separate state, which is sought to be carved out of the economically less developed parts of Andhra Pradesh.


The struggle gathered momentum last year after the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance Government had accepted their demand in principle.


Several protests and shutdowns had brought Andhra Pradesh to a near halt in 2009 and 2010, as pro-Telangana activists persisted with their demand. (ANI)


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