Jagan, during an interview with Economic Times, informed that he will meet people from Telangana region and will assure them that he will do everything for development of Telangana.
"Some issues have no solutions. If no solution comes, then you should leave it as it is. If you hit a road where you have no solution, it is best you don't touch it," said Jagan who hs been fasting in Hyderabad protesting against Andhra bifurcation.
Reiterating his demand of withdrawal of the order on separate Telangana, Jagan said, "...if an ordinance can be pulled back by (Congress veep) Rahul Gandhi, why can't the decision on state bifurcation, which is just at Cabinet note stage, be withdrawn."
If you hit a road where you have no solution, it is best you don't touch it
Accusing the Congress President of playing with sentiments of Andhra people, Jagan claimed that Sonia Gandhi's sole motive behind Telangana bifurcation was to make her son Rahul Gandhi as the prime minister of the country.
"Sonia Gandhi is responsible for the crisis in the state and she has been playing with the sentiments of the people with the singular motive of seeing to it that her son Rahul Gandhi is made Prime Minister," chided Jagan in Hyderabad on Saturday, Oct 5.
Continue to vent his ire at Mrs Gandhi, Jagan said, "The division is arbitrary in nature and does not address all issues that are bound to crop up after the bifurcation."