Centre to Solve Current Crisis in Andhra Pradesh: Rosaiah

With Andhra Pradesh being in a political impasse over Telangana, chief minster K Rosaiah has said that the onus of solving the current crisis in the state lay with the government of India.

“The issue is not pertaining only to Andhra Pradesh now. It is for the government of India to show us a way to resolve the crisis and help restore normalcy,” he told a press conference in Hyderabad.

Following agitation in for a unified state, the chief minister appealed to all sections, media included, to come forward and help to bring normalcy back in Andhra Pradesh. He said that the resolution of the ongoing impasse would take more time.

In response to a query if he had suggested a way out of the situation, he retorted: “If I had any such thing in mind, can’t I resolve it? Why will I seek everyone’s cooperation, including the media?”

He said that he was prepared to hold an all-party meeting to find a solution to the impasse but felt that it would not be possible for all political parties to make a collective representation to the Centre on the issue.

“Individual party views are already being represented in New Delhi,” he pointed out.

Asked if he would visit New Delhi for talks with the Centre, Rosaiah quipped: “It’s very chilly in Delhi. So I can’t go.”

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