Hyderabad, Jan 11: Andhra Pradesh chief minister K Rosaiah has asked the Center to come up with the lasting solution on the Telangana issue rather than relying on temporary truce.
Urging the Center to provide a permanent solution, Rosaiah said that he had no personal issues with the formation of the Telangana state as long as he remains in the chief minister's post.
"I have no no personal view on the bifurcation issue. I have no no personal opinion.As long as I am holding the post of chief minister in the state. My personal view is not not at all an issue in this matter," he said.
Rosaiah's stance on Telangana comes as a contrast to that the former chief minister Y S Rajasekhar Reddy who was vehemently against separate Telangana.