New Delhi, Jan 05 (Agencies): Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy on Wednesday dismissed reports of divisions within the ruling Congress on the emotive Telangana issue and asked everyone to wait till the Justice B N Srikrishna Committee report on the statehood issue is released on Thursday.

Kiran Reddy, who will participate in on Thursday’s meeting called by Home Minister P Chidambaram, said the meeting was primarily to handover the report to political parties.

"I also do not know what is in the report. Experts have gone into the issue (Telangana) in detail. Let us wait for them to submit the report. Let us see what is in it before making comments," he told reporters at the Andhra Bhawan here.

He also made light of the decision taken by TRS and BJP not to attend tomorrow's meeting, saying after making announcements "many people change them."

About Congress MPs and MLAs from the Telangan region threatening to resign on the Telangana issue, Kiran Reddy said as public representatives "they reflect the aspirations and desires of the people of their areas."

"Let the report come first. Let's go through it," he said. Asked about reports of divisions within the Congress, he said, "There is no division at all."

To a question, Kiran Reddy said his Government was "stable" and would remain in power till 2014. About MLAs and MPs extending support to Y S Jaganmohan Reddy, he said many lawmakers respect late Y S Rajasekhara Reddy.