New Delhi: Union ministers of the Seemandhra region who had already submitted their resignations protesting against state bifurcation, have met the AICC general secretary and state incharge Digvijay Singh here on Saturday afternoon.
Speaking to the media later, minister Purandeswari said Digvijay has assured that a high powered committee would be constituted to go into the whole issue. She said he also suggested them not to leave an opportunity to express their views in the Parliament.
Another union minister J D Seelam said they never expected that the decision would be this way. He said the High Command should have consulted them when taking the decision on Telangana. He said problems and benefits should be shared by all the regions equally. He also appealed to the people not to resort to destruction in the Seemandhra movement.
Senior minister Pallamraju said their resignations were with Digvijay Singh.
Killi Kruparani the newly inducted union minister said they explained to Digvijay Singh that they were facing stiff opposition from the people of their region. She said they had asked the Congress leadership to clarify the doubts of the people of the residuary region on water, power and other resources.