Sathyanarayana supports Telangana

The Andhra Pradesh MP is all for a new state of Telangana and Hyderabad as its capital


Jasleen Kaur | January 25, 2010

Sathyanarayana Sarvey of the Congress represents Malkajgiri constituency of Andhra Pradesh of Lok Sabha. In this GN Talk, he says that almost all the major political parties have agreed on the creation of Telangana as a separate state but changed their stance later. He says that it is high time this long-pending issue is addressed and a separate state is formed. Calling it a reasonable demand, Sarvey says that people of Andhra Pradesh also favour a separate state of Telangana.

He also quotes Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, who once said that Telangana and Andhra should remain together as long as they can but if Telangana wants to separate its demand should be granted. He adds that as Hyderabad is part of Telangana, it should become the capital.



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