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Telugu is the mother tongue of Andhraittes as also now of Telenganittes. By separating Telengana from Andhra, are we now breaking the linguistic states created during the Nehruvian times so that language cannot unite people together ?

Tags: mother tongue, andhra, telugu
Asked by Dharmarajan, 10 Dec '09 08:48 am
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I still do not how different are the people of Telengana from the people of Andhra that made it neccessary for the state to be split into two.
Answered by joyoti sen, 10 Dec '09 09:25 am

 
  
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Telangana area is the most impoverished area of AP for many years, ruled ruthlessely by Nizams. Even after independence it was looked down by other Andhra people by making fun of telugu accent of Telangana people. Entire area was infested by Naxals later who prevented all developmental activities of govt and it was a blessing in disguise for successive govts mostly ruled by Reddys and Naidus of Rayalaseema or rulers from Coastal andhra. Telangana people were deprived of basic amenities what other people of andhra get. Though there has been industrialisation in Telangana all work force are affiliated to some or other outfit of Naxals which sans sense of development. Rivers are under utilised, towns and villages not developed, opportunities are not equally provided to them for growth. It has been a state with in a state for past many years. Even if a separate state is given, how it will be developed under such a unscrupulous KCR to be seen
Answered by Chinna, 10 Dec '09 01:18 pm

 
  
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BJP Govt.Violated the theory of linguistic states by advocating smaller states as a means for development and removing regional imbalences.Now that Andhra is set to be biforcated, more to follw in this direction whether people want it or not because politics demand it.
Answered by bhaskara rao, 10 Dec '09 10:48 am

 
  
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I know that my unity with all people cannot be destroyed by national boundaries and government orders
Answered by jameel ahmed, 10 Dec '09 09:10 am

 
  
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This is also a unity in diversity...!
Answered by Dil Se, 10 Dec '09 08:52 am

 
  
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You are right. the state should remain united
Answered by iqbal seth, 10 Dec '09 08:49 am

 
  
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