New Delhi/ Hyderabad: The scene of the high-voltage drama surrounding the A. P. Reorganization Bill 2013 has now shifted to the national capital as its fate would be decided in Parliament during its brief session commencing from February 5.
Since the fate of the T Bill will be decided in New Delhi, political atmosphere in the national capital suddenly became electrified with ministers and leaders from the State belonging to all parties from both Telangana and Seemandhra regions descending on New Delhi to lobby for their respective causes.
TDP president N. Chandrababu Naidu along with a team of his party leaders landed in the national capital and called on the BJP president Rajnath Singh to seek his support for ensuring that the “defective and unconstitutional” Bill is stalled in Parliament. He is expected to call on Pranab Mukherjee with the same mission.
TRS chief K. Chandrasekhara Rao is already in Delhi lobbying to muster support from all parties for the passage of T Bill. The Telangana Congress leaders, including ministers too have landed with the same objective and so also the Seemandhra leaders to espouse the cause of united State.
The Chief Minister, along with his loyalists and supporters is expected to reach New Delhi by Tuesday morning with a similar mission. Apart from meeting the President, the CM is also planning to meet some like-minded leaders in his endeavor to keep the State united. To emphasize his cause and also to draw attention of all concerned, he also planning to stage a dharna besides moving the Supreme Court to stall the T Bill.
YSRCP president YS Jagan would be meeting prominent leaders in New Delhi today.