A group of ministers from Telangana on Monday made a scathing attack on five Congress MPs from the region, terming them agents of the Telangana Rashtra Samiti.
The ministers, Mr D. Nagender, Mr M. Mukesh Goud and Mr D. Rajanarasimha said the MPs Mr Madhu Yashki, Mr G. Sukhender Reddy, Mr M. Jagannadham, Mr G. Vivekananda and Mr S. Satyanarayana were implementing the agenda of the TRS and damaging the interests of the Congress.
Sources said the ministers raised the issue in the Cabinet and urged the Chief Minister, Mr K. Rosaiah rein in the MPs. Otherwise they would be left with no choice but to bring to the notice of the high command the “highly undisciplined and objectionable” behaviour of the MPs, said the ministers.
Mr Rosaiah agreed with the concerns expressed by the ministers and said that party leaders should abide by the high command’s decision to leave the Telangana issue to Justice Srikrishna panel and behave as representatives of the entire state till the Centre took a decision.
Mr Goud said these MPs had either “descended from abroad” like Mr Yashki or defected from the TD.