Digvijay Asks SA Leaders to Avoid Confrontation
New Delhi, Aug 1 (INN): AICC General Secretary and Incharge of AP Congress Affairs Digvijay Singh on Thursday appealed to the Seemandhra ministers and legislators to restrain from taking steps like mass resignations and avoid confrontation.
“I appeal to all concerned to have patience. They should maintain peace and harmony and we will address all the issues,” Digvijay Singh said.
Reacting to the protests in Seemandhra region over Centre’s decision, Digvijay Singh described that the reaction as “natural” and said the emotions were strong on both the sides. However, he said some times hard decisions need to be taken and Telangana formation was a well-thought decision.
Digvijay Singh said that the Andhra could be a good State. It has natural gas, surplus energy and a long coastline. Therefore, the potential of growth and investments was huge in Seemandandhra region. Further, he said a new capital like Chandigarh and Gandhi Nagar would be created for Andhra. Therefore, the leaders from Seemandhra region should think positively and avoid confrontation.