Telangana Issue - justice Srikrishna Committee Report on Telangana, Final report on Telangana

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Final Report of Srikrishna Committee on Telangana

Justice Srikrishna committee report deliberated on series of discussions for generation of views on the demand for statehood for final submission of its final report by 31st of December, 2010. When the report reaches the government a proper decision is called for and various parties may have to support such views and decisions may have to be taken for ensuring final decision without chaos and turmoil.

The decision that is taken should be in the best interests of the development of the state of Andhra Pradesh as well as the whole nation and the overall benefit should be assessed from time to time. The Telangana issue has been in limelight right since 2009 when the announcement of initiative to bring about based on various views and reasonable decision was indicated. Justice Srikrishna committee has been travelling to various parts of Andhra Pradesh to discuss with various political parties in the state. People's views were also elicited and support of certain parties like Praja Rajyam was indicated.

The chief minister Sri Kiran Kumar Reddy has also been invited and is expected to attend an informal meeting in this connection. A final decision of the report would be received by the end of December and an appropriate decision would be taken that would satisfy various factions by the principle of balancing in the interest of development of the state as well as the entire country for ending the turmoil and chaos.

The impact on students scheduled castes and tribes, backward classes and all other concerned would also be discussed and an important declaration would emerge in light of the betterment of the state in all fronts including development of industrial climate. There was unrest and turmoil from students and certain other factions but the impact would be discussed by taking care of the views that would be deliberated in an informal meeting indicated above. It should be ensured that an appropriate discussion without the repetition of chaos and turmoil should uphold the betterment of the state and its governance including the principles of constitution.

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