MBA Student Bojya Nayak Suicide For Telangana
With an on going agitation about achieving separate state of Telangana, a recent suicide case took place 25-Mar-2012.
Honorable Chief minister Mr. Kiran Kumar Reddy urged the youth that suicide is neither the solution nor a right approach to accomplish separate state. Kiran also assured that central Government is already working on this and asked youth not to sacrifice their lives.
Meanwhile, K. Chandrashekar Rao, president of TRS fired on Government about neglecting the case of Bojya Nayak, who committed suicide. He told media that his visit to Delhi will be about questioning Central Government about some resolution soon. “Until then youth have patience and Bojya Nayak’s suicide should be the final one”, he requested.
Telangana Rashtra Samiti president K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Sunday announced that his party legislators will stall the proceedings of both the Parliament and the state Assembly from Monday onward, demanding the tabling of Telangana Bill. Though it is likely that Congress MPs from Telangana will help the TRS chief in stalling the House on Monday, raising the Telangana demand and self immolation of Bojya Naik in Warangal on Saturday, Mr Rao's announcement is bound to inadvertently ease some pressure off Chief Minis-ter N. Kiran Kumar Reddy.
Mr Kiran Kumar Reddy has been under pressure due to issues like minister D.L. Ravindra Reddy's resignation, Supreme Court notices to six of his Cabinet ministers and the debate on general corruption. If the TRS goes ahead and stalls the proceedings, the debate on corruption may not come before Assembly for discussion. Reacting to Naik’s suicide, Mr Rao said, “It is very unfortunate, I express my deepest sympathy to the family of the martyr. I also appeal to the Telangana youth not to resort to suicides anymore and I wish that Bojya Naik's suicide is the last suicide for Telangana.”
Meanwhile, Telangana Congress MPs, who met here on Sunday evening, said that they will too raise the issue on Monday. The Assembly Budget Session, which commenced on February 13, has seen proceedings being stalled by TRS MLAs on the statehood issue. The House will reverberate with the same demand again at the end of the session, with only four sittings scheduled before it is adjourned sine die on March 29.
The MLAs who were re-elected in the recent bypolls, four of the TRS and Independent MLA Nagam Janardhan Reddy, will take oath at 9 am and immediately after this, the TRS members will troop to the podium and demand the tabling of a Bill on Telangana statehood. Similarly, both Mr Rao and his party MP Vijayashanti, will try to stall the Lok Sabha proceedings with the help of BJP and Telangana Congress MPs, demanding tabling of Telangana Bill in Parliament.