Kiran Reddy has said that he would try to persuade the Centre to keep the state united. (Agencies)
"I am committed to the cause of unified Andhra Pradesh and believe that the state would develop in a big way only if it remains undivided. The division would give rise to many problems. Many issues, which may arise due to it, cannot be solved easily. Therefore, I would explain the need for a unified state to the GoM," the Andhra CM said.
He also said that he is not worried about his position as CM.
Meanwhile, Union Ministers from Seemandhra, who would also meet the GoM, said that their effort is to keep the state united.
They, however, said that they are concerned about the interests of Coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema region if the division becomes inevitable.
Kiran Reddy has said that he would try to persuade the Centre to keep the state united.