New Delhi: The CPI(M) on Wednesday blamed
Congress and the Centre for the "deepening political crisis"
over the formation of a separate Telangana and demanded an
immediate decision on the issue by the government.
The inaction of the Central Government and the
Congress leadership in resolving the issue is the main cause
for the present impasse, party politburo said in a statement
Observing that the political crisis in Andhra Pradesh
has deepened with the resignation of many MLAs and MPs from
the Telangana region, it said over six months have elapsed
since the Justice Sri Krishna Committee submitted its report
to the Centre and the Union Home Minister convened a meeting
of political parties from Andhra Pradesh soon thereafter.
"But after that, the government has not taken any
decision," the CPI(M) said and demanded that the government
should take a decision on the matter immediately.