The Congress-led UPA has seemed to fall under a biggest threat from Pro-Telangana activists as their ire prevailed after Centre deferred the Telangana decision once again on Sunday.
Telangana activists including Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) and Joint have threatened to intensify their protest in Hyderabad on the contentious Telangana statehood issue.
Reacting over Centre’s decision, TRS accused it, terming moves a big betrayal.
Pro-Telangana activists have now decided to protest against Congress MPs and state legislators, demanding their resignation.
Skipping its own one-month deadline on Telangana which announced on December 28, Centre after a an inconclusive all-party meeting with Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde said that it needs more time to take a decision on Telangana, reports said.
It further added that Shinde stated a statement that the consultation process is still on and a final decision cannot be reached now. A “little more time” is needed to arrive at a final conclusion.
Congress leader, general secretary incharge of Andhra Pradesh Ghulam Nabi Azad also said to need more consultations with Andhra senior leaders.
BJP, CPI and other parties are also in support of Leaders of Telangana Joint Action Committee, criticizing the Centre decision to delay.
Meanwhile, amid tension prevailed at Indira Park on Sunday night when a 36-hour ‘ Samara Deeksha ‘ protest over the Telangana statehood turned into violent with anger and allegedly pelted stones at Congress ministers’ their vehicles.