Monthly Archives: February 2014

Telangana’s Message

Good Editorial from EPW

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Vol – XLIX No. 9, March 01, 2014

EPW Editorial

The troubled formation of India’s 29th state suggests the need for a new States’ Reorganisation Commission.


It has taken more than four years of a raucous and very ill-tempered process since the first formal announcement on the creation of the new state of Telangana for Parliament to approve the division of Andhra Pradesh (AP). Ever since the then minister of home affairs, P Chidambaram, made a statement on 9 December 2009 that the Government of India would initiate the process for bifurcation of AP, the government has faced determined opposition from political leaders of coastal Andhra Pradesh and Rayalaseema, which are together now termed Seemandhra. The shrillness of the opposition from some political leaders of Seemandhra to the formation of Telangana contrasts sharply with the calm response in 2004 when the Congress came to power both in Hyderabad and New…

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Thought for the Lakhs of Tribals to be affected by Polavaram Project

My first request to the first Chief Minister of the State of Telangana is to move Resolution in the Telangana assembly standing by the Lakhs of people who had expressed to be part of the State of Telangana through the Panchayat Resolutions from the villages to be submerged in the Polavaram National Irrigation Project.

1. For the Project to be Re-designed to minimize the Environmental impact and the submerge of tribal villages under the Scheduled Areas in accordance with the Fifth Schedule which require consultation and approval of the Tribal Advisory Council in the state and obtain the environmental clearance with full compliance.

2. People to be Relocated and Rehabilitated must be given democratic choice to choose between the states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh and in proportion of the choice made by the people, Center must finance execute the Relief and Rehabilitation through the respective state governments.

Govt having taken away their lands and homes must not thrust the host state on them and let them choose

Jai Telangana, Jai AP, Jai Hind


Telangana Salutes the Leadership and Members of Parliament

Telangana Salutes the Three Leaders for their Role today in Lok Sabha 

Congress President Smt Sonia Gandhi

Sonia Gandhi

Telangana Rashtra Udyma Sarathi

TRS President Sri Kalvakuntla Chandrashekhar Rao


Leader of Opposition in Loksabha

Smt Sushma SwarajSushma SwarajRemaining Step Completed in Rajya Sabha by Good gesture to the Friends in Seemandhra By Prime Minister Sri Manmohan Singh

Manmohan Singh

Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha fighting hard for the support for Seemandhra

Sri Arun Jaitley 
Arun Jaitely

Thanks to all the Members of Parliament Who Supported and fought for the good of both Telangana and Seeemandhra

Democracy of India, Unity in Diversity of India is strengthened by 29th State of India Telangana

Jai Telangana

Jai Seemandhra

Jai Hind

Sushma, Advani- Height of double speak

Rightly Said by Vicky Nanjappa

Vicky Nanjappa

sushma-advaniThe BJP sports a very worried look in Telangana where the names of L K Advani and Sushma Swaraj today are considered to be bad words. The BJP which was expecting to win at least 3 seats in Telangana this time and over the years build the party into a strong force feels that the statements by Advani and Sushma Swaraj are counter productive to their future plans.

Some BJP workers are now planning on approaching Narendra Modi to fix the problem and issue a statement which will undo what the other two leaders did. What has worried the BJP the most is that since yesterday there is a sudden anti BJP sentiment in the region and the people over there have said that the BJP has played probably one of the biggest double games on Telangana.

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Here is BJP Private Member Resolution on Telangana

Time for BJP to Walk the Talk

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BJP must keep its word

Its surprising to see BJP top leaders in many tones. Long back BJP leader Prakash Javdekar moved private Member resolution in Rajya Sabha. Detailed discussion has taken place. Here I am giving the resolution copy. They did not expressed any concern about Seemandhra people then. Of course they can speak now about their concerns, but cannot stall the Bill.

RS Private Member Bill on Telangana 04.05.2012 14.00pmTo15.00pm_Page_01
RS Private Member Bill on Telangana 04.05.2012 14.00pmTo15.00pm_Page_02

RS Private Member Bill on Telangana 04.05.2012 14.00pmTo15.00pm_Page_03
RS Private Member Bill on Telangana 04.05.2012 14.00pmTo15.00pm_Page_04
RS Private Member Bill on Telangana 04.05.2012 14.00pmTo15.00pm_Page_05

Here is the link to that resolution and related debate in The Rajya Sabha:

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