As expected Government of Indian Ministry of Home Affairs delaying Telangana Issue. Once again it has been proven that Congress Policy on T-issue ‘best way to take decision is to postpone / delay’.
Lets see the GOI statements on Telangana from 2009 to 2013:
Ministry of Home Affairs on 27-December, 2013
Still consensus required for Telangana, says Azad
Ministry of Home Affairs 29-December, 2012
Union Home Minister Shri Sushilkumar Shinde today convened a meeting on Telengana issue with the leaders of eight different political parties of Andhra Pradesh. The Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Shri Nallari Kiran Kumar Reddy and two representatives from each of the political parties attended the meeting and expressed their views to examine the Union Home Minister.
The meeting was convened in a cordial atmosphere. The participants expressed the opinion that a decision should be taken by the Central Government at the earliest. Some suggested a period of one month as a time frame for a decision. Further, Home Minister stated in the Press Conference that a decision will be taken in a period of one month.
The following leaders attended the meeting. Shri G Krishna Reddy and Shri K Haribabu from Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP), Dr. K Narayana and Shri G Mallesh from Communist Party of India (CPI), Shri BV Raghavulu and Shri J Ranga Reddy from Communist Party of India (Marxist) CPI(M),Shri Gade Venkat Reddy and Shri KR Suresh Reddy from Indian National Congress (INC), Shri K Chandrasekhara Rao and Shri N Narsimha Reddy from Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS), Shri Y Ramakrishnudu and Shri K Srihari from Telegu Desam Party (TDP), Shri Asaduddin Owaisi and Shri Gajula Vijaya Gyaneshwar Naidu from All India Majlis (AIM) and Shri Mysoora Reddy and Shri KK Mahendra Reddy from YSR Congress Party.
Ministry of Home Affairs on 23-December, 2009
Government appeals for restoration of peace and harmony in Andhra Pradesh
Government has appealed for restoration of peace and harmony in Andhra Pradesh. In a statement issued here today, the Union Home Minister Shri P. Chidambaram urged the people of different regions of Andhra Pradesh, all political parties and students to withdraw their agitations. Following is the text of his statement:
“At a meeting of all political parties convened by the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh on December 7, 2009 a consensus emerged on the question of formation of a separate State of Telangana. A statement was made on behalf of the Central Government on December 9, 2009 on receipt of the minutes of the meeting.
However, after the statement, the situation in Andhra Pradesh has altered. A large number of political parties are divided on the issue. There is a need to hold wide ranging consultations with all political parties and groups in the State. Government of India will take steps to involve all concerned in the process.
Meanwhile, it is necessary that peace and harmony are restored in Andhra Pradesh and the State Government is allowed to focus on governance and development.
The Central Government appeals to the people of the different regions of Andhra Pradesh and to all political parties and students to withdraw their agitations and maintain peace, harmony and brotherhood”.
(Release ID :56423) 23-062012
Ministry of Home Affairs on 09-December, 2009
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