“Kiran Reddy will quit. He may float his own party,” Erasu Pratap Reddy said.

Meanwhile, the Centre on Tuesday moved the controversial Telangana Bill for consideration and passage in the Lok Sabha. The resignation seemed imminent after Kiran expressed his displeasure over the formation of Telangana several months back.

Earlier, few Andhra Ministers also hinted towards Kiran Reddy’s possible resignation. Congress leaders from Seemandhra region of the state have been agitating against the Centre’s move since a long time.

High drama was witnessed last week in the Parliament when the House was brought to a complete standstill. A Congress MP – Lagadapati Rajagopal even resorted to the usage of pepper spray, which added more chaos to the confusion.

Besides, a number of MPs even rushed into the Well, indulged in fisticuffs, brandished knives and break microphones. 


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