Rosaiah appeals for peace, seeks cooperation to solve crisis
Hyderabad: In view of the resignation of
a large number of MLAs protesting the division of state and
protests over the issue, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister K
Rosaiah today appealed for peace and sought cooperation of
all parties to solve the crisis.
Observing that unexpected turn of events took place
after the Centre`s decision to initiate the process for
formation of separate Telangana, Rosaiah said all parties
should strive to sort out the issue.
"We are getting reports that students and others in
the coastal Andhra region are agitating. Police has entered
into Andhra University in Visakhapatnam and is trying to
maintain law and order," he said.
"We should together make an appeal to the people to
observe restraint. We should all strive for peace," the Chief
On the Centre`s decision to grant statehood to
Telangana, he said he had expressed his views and
apprehensions to the Central leaders on the issue.
Rosaiah said that police was trying to maintain law
and order in the wake of protests in coastal Andhra and
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- UP CM Yogi Adityanath takes 50 decisions without single Cabinet meet
- Triple talaq, polygamy integral part of Islam: AIMPLB tells SC
- Etawah: UP cops caught drunk while on duty
- Triple Talaq: Why AIMPLB are opposing the petitions filed in Supreme Court?
- DNA: Should strict action be taken against stone pelters of J&K?
- Kapil Sharma–Sunil Grover fallout: Kiku Sharda finally breaks silence
- Chinese national insults Indian flag, throws it in dustbin outside Noida Oppo office; massive protest takes place
- Left to die on road, pregnant Lucknow woman writes to PM Narendra Modi to end 'triple talaq', says 'I voted for BJP'
- Gautam Gambhir gives Aussies perfect send-off, says true champions let their game do all the talking!
- Reliance Jio closes in on 50 million paid users