He said more than electoral prospects, what is important that the decision would prove disastrous for the people of the region in the long term. He said he has failed to make the top leadership understand the ground problem.
Reddy also backed his decision to hold a dharna in New Delhi recently to protest the decision.
Reddy said he has failed to convince the top leadership about the consequences
Meanwhile, Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh who is in charge of Andhra Pradesh said the state chief minister should review his stand on Telangana. The party is likely to take action against the disgruntled Reddy after February 12, when the Telangana Bill is likely to be introduced in the Parliament.
The Union Cabinet cleared the Telangana bill in a special meeting on Friday. Hyderabad will be the joint capital for 10 years and will not be a Union Territory.