He told the governments to exercise restraint and focus on development of their respective states. he expressed concern over exchange of words between the chief ministers of the two states. He warned that if unchecked this could lead to a fight between the two states and police of both the states cannot contral it as police of both the states are on mode of fighting.
Speaking about cash-for-vote, He said since the matter is subjudice, he cannot comment on it. However, he said telephone tapping was a serious issue and there is a need for CBI probe. He accused Telangana of tapping phones of chief minister and other ministers in Hyderabad.
Speaking about State bifurcation He said, the central government constitute a committee to sort out the differences between the two Telugu states.
Speaking about Section 8, He said that, He is against implementation of Section 8 of Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act. He said the section 8 should come into force only if there is a law and order problem. He urged KCR to take the responsibility to ensure that such a situation do not arise.