New Delhi: Health Minister and Congress General Secretary in-charge of Andhra Pradesh Ghulam Nabi Azad on Monday said that the Congress has concluded intra-party discussions on the Telangana statehood issue but is yet to take a final call.

"We have concluded our discussions with party MPs, legislators, senior party leaders belonging to all the three regions," Azad, told reporters here.

He said no final decision has been taken on the issue and the Congress may have to discuss at an appropriate time on the need to take into confidence and have a dialogue with other political parties.

Azad said he was hopeful that the pro-Telangana members of the Congress or the Opposition, were aware that the first part of the Budget Session had not transacted business as desired.

Asked about disruptions of Parliamentary proceedings by pro-Telangana MPs, Azad said in a democracy every member has the right to have his or her say inside Parliament.

"But alongwith raising issues, members also have the responsibility to make laws," he said, adding that the Budget Session was the most important session of Parliament.

The Congress had reportedly stepped up consultations on the Telangana issue and had despatched Overseas Indians Affairs Minister Vayalar Ravi to Andhra Pradesh as the part high command's emissary on the matter.