Expounding further on the ‘Telangana: No constitutional barriers’ in THE HINDU

కట్టా మీఠా

Sujai Karampuri

It makes sense to decode and understand the article written by Sudhir Krishnaswamy, published in THE HINDU on 4 Jan 2014, because it makes a profound case for Telangana.

Recently the Seemandhra majority in the Andhra Pradesh State Legislature led by the incumbent Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy has categorically stated that Parliament of India has to abide by the resolution of the State Assembly. In this respect they sought the intervention of Supreme Court and the President of India. The author while making a case for Union Government not to divest any of its power to alter the boundaries within the country to a State Government writes:

…should the President of India or the Supreme Court change the balance of power between the Union and the States in the process of State reorganisation by insisting on an affirmative State resolution under Article 3? There are three compelling…

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