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No Trust Motion on Hyderabad Free Zone / G.O 610 ? అక్టోబర్ 30, 2009

Posted by Telangana Utsav in Congress, Economy, elections, G.O 610, Mulki, politics, PRP, Six Point Formula, TDP, Telangana, TRS.
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TDP may not back TRS on free zone issue
Express News Service, 26 Oct 2009

HYDERABAD: Six months after the Assembly elections, the main Opposition Telugu Desam Party (TDP) has almost dumped its ally the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS). The TRS too is trying hard to move away from the TDP in order to get closer to the Congress.

As the experiment with the TRS failed to click in the Assembly elections, the TDP is now targeting the TRS leadership for its failure to carry forward the Telangana slogan effectively.

The TDP is now trying to project a picture to the people of Telangana that it is the only party which has been with the Telangana people through thick and thin.

The TDP leaders say that they launched agitations against `skull symbol on beedi packs’, Babhli project and other key issues. It was TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu who visited several villages in Mahaboobnagar and helped the flood victims by providing relief material.

“We thought that if all the Opposition parties sailed together it would help to dislodge the Congress Government in the State. But, the poll arithmetic proved otherwise,’’ said a TDP leader from Telangana.

In the wake of these developments, TDP is unlikely to support the no-trust motion being introduced by the TRS against the State Government on Hyderabad free zone issue.

If at all Assembly session is convened to discuss the no-trust motion, the TDP is likely to watch the reactions from Congress rather than supporting the TRS. TDP stand on free-zone is that the Government should not deviate from the Presidential order or GO 610. The TDP had already endorsed State’s move to file a review petition in the Supreme Court on free zone issue.

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