New Delhi, Dec 14: The Government on Monday, Dec 14, ruled out imposition of President's rule in Andhra Pradesh.
"It is absolutely foolish, Union Law Minister M Veerappa Moily said when asked whether President's rule should be imposed in the state in the wake of the crisis in Andhra Pradesh over the issue.
Asked whether Andhra Pradesh chief minister K Rosaiah has been asked to resign, Moily said, "There was no truth in that."
The law minister parried a question on whether a separate state of Telengana would be formed. "I have no answer to that," he said.
Moily said, "We would like to address the concerns of the people. We want to take everybody on board".
Maintaining that there was no need to be panicky, he said a "solution will be found".