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Telungana Issue

Discussion in 'News & Politics' started by rathisrini, Dec 17, 2009.

  1. rathisrini

    rathisrini Bronze IL'ite

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    Hi

    Have come to blog after quite sometime. This time its about my feelings on the Telugana issue. It has been going on for quite a long time and now reached the peak. After MP/UP its now AP which is in the process of bifurcation. I am not sure if it will happen or not, But I sincerely pray it does not happen. It pains to see Our Country in blood sheds. :cry::cry:Today its AP, tomorrow this may happen to Tamilnadu, Karnataka and almost whole of India. I have heard one of my friend who hails from Andhra, say that the Telugana part of Andhra is always the sick man of AP and is not a part of the creamy and fertile AP. They say they have been rejected by almost all political parties, and the places in the issue don't even have any basic amenities such as Roads, Full time electricity, proper Hospitals and so on. The orientation of this place is mainly based on the older Nizam days and many people here speak more of Urdu based Hindi than Telugu, which is supposed to be the official language of AP. She holds a strong opinion that bifurcation should happen. If these are the reasons, and if the people of Telugana are of the strong opinion that they are neglected, can't that be set right by the Politicians. Is bifurcating a solution. The riots that are happening, the blood shed, burning of effigies, disrupting traffic all these acts are barbaric and shameful. The whole world is watching, and mocking at us. I at times feel, India would have been better if British had continued ruling us. They would have been much better than all our corrupt politicians. Its disgraceful on the part of politicians, who are all having their own time at the cost of thousands of public. The film fraternity of AP (Tollywood) choose to keep silent on this issue. Andhra people love to listen to what their film heroes say, and they actually worship them. In this particular issue almost all the heroes have choosen to keep totally mum. I remember while we were studying, in our English text there was a chapter about Hunger strike, a form of Satyagraha, Mahatma Gandhi performed at South Africa, and while giving his opinion about the ways of Mahatma, fighting without shedding blood, Rajaji told Gandhiji that the Satyagraha, a weapon taken by Gandhi, would also become a bad precedent at a later date. This was the reason Rajaji was called "Deergadarshi" meaning a man who can see the distant future. I sincerely hope that if this reaches atleast a few who share my feeling, they would also join me in praying for peace and tranquility in India.



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  2. Southgate

    Southgate New IL'ite

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    I think the Central Government erred in this issue.As usual in tune with their political culture, the Congress I leadership, tried to impose their decision on the people of Andhra, wherein lies the real problem; instead, it ought to have left the issue to the self-determination of the people as well as the legislature of the state.It would have had a smooth sailing on the issue whatever might be the outcome of it.
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  3. deepa04

    deepa04 Gold IL'ite

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    hi friend,
    i read your thread.telungana is not only a issue of ap.all over india they will rise the same problem.i think this problem is only created by politicians.it is not curable in one day,to create a state many more problems and amount we have to face and spend.
    apart from all ,we have to know about the peoples desire.
    one thing everybody should remember,that is to form a INDIA, more people were spend their live.we have to lead india in correct way.
    diversity in unity- is the special of india.
    'yathum oore, yavarum kelir'.
    give our hands up to became a strong and unity india.
     
  4. rathisrini

    rathisrini Bronze IL'ite

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    Dear Southgate

    Thanks for the response.

    Congress have always desired a separate Telungana......for they are pretty powerful out there than the creamy layer of AP. And it is always their stratergy to play it safe. But unfortunately, P.Chitambaram made a hasty statement and now they are forced to face the problem....
     
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  5. rathisrini

    rathisrini Bronze IL'ite

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    Dear Deepa,

    Thanks for your response.

    Its crystal clear that all the problems that are going on in all place in India is due to the greed of our very own politicians. The statement unity in diversity-speciality of India is a mirage. Even from the days of Mrs. Gandhi, when the Sikhs became powerful, she was the one to break their unity and start the Akalidal movement, which at a later date resulted in her assassination. Almost all of us have become puppets in the hands of the politicians and all we can do is to express our anguish in such forums. We are fated to this.....


     

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