The CM asked the people to follow in the footsteps of Tamil Nadu by rejecting national parties.
Hyderabad: TRS president and Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Sunday chose to continue the
suspense over the dissolution of the Assembly to pave the way for early elections. Because as CM if I
say something, it should be implemented.
On political issues, I will soon take a decision which is good for the future of Telangana state. You
will soon come to know about political decisions.
The CM asked the people to follow in the footsteps of Tamil Nadu by rejecting national parties. “Look
at our Tamil brothers and sisters. They never allowed national parties to rule them for the past 50-60
years. Tamilians have been ruling themselves with dignity and self respect. Like them, we too should
become united and opt for self-rule. They should question whether they want the decisions concerning
Telangana be taken by people of Telangana or by those in Delhi. They should choose whether they want to
live with self respect or become ghulams in the hands of Delhi or gulabis (roses) of Telangana,” he
Referring to election sops, he said, “We will soon constitute a manifesto committee headed by K.
Keshava Rao, which will finalise new sops which we will implement if voted to power. I should not make
such announcements here though as the media will write about it.”