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Will a separate state hood benefit Telengana people?

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Asked by mahakrishnan, 11 Dec '09 09:31 pm
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200 Percent.
Answered by sangeetha, 13 Nov '10 04:08 pm

 
  
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Yes, Definitely.
Hyderabad was the capital city of Telangana state before it got merged with Andhra. At that time itself Hyderabad is developed and it got developed much more after Hyderabad is made as the capital city for Hyderabad. Agree that many of the investors from coastal Andhra & Rayalaseema invested in Hyderabad, because it is already developed. We should not forget one more fact that, even after making the separate Telangana, Investors can continue staying in Telangana until and unless they dont cheat the Telangana people. Even if coastal Andhra & Rayalaseema investors leave Hyderabad, then also in a very few years (2 or 3), we can attract the investors from many other places.
Initially there will be problems like attracting the investors and struggling with poor politics. But, after making the separate Telangana it will be developed on a long term. At least after few days of struggle we can see the development in Telangana districts rather than staying with Andhra & Ray ...more
Answered by Naveen Vemunoori, 25 Dec '09 02:05 am

 
  
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Andhra Pradesh consists of three regions: 1)Telangana 2) Rayalseema 3) Coastal Andhra.
Note that:-
1) Capital of Andhra Pradesh is Hyderabad is in Telangana.
2) Major Water resources (rivers/dams) are in Telangana.
Now, due to these two plus points, Telangana is proud and wants to be ahead. Politicians feel that a separate Telangana is needed for them because of these strengths but they forgot that Hyderabad was built by heavy investments from Coastal Andhra & Rayalseema while keeping in mind that Hyderabad is the capital of AP and not Telangana. Otherwise, they would have invested somewhere else.
Final word, initially Telangana would be happy that it has won but afterwards it would crumble due to lack of investors, administrators and might be treated as a traitor.

The best for Telangana would be to fight for its needs, requirements(not a separate state) and solution of problems. It might be anything but it should be in the interests of itself and the other two regions in AP.
Answered by rankireddi yesuratnam, 11 Dec '09 11:40 pm

 
  
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Depend upon the people ruling the affairs of the state. see chattisgarh and uttrakhand have progressed very well while jharkhand is in a mess and very sorry state with people like madhu koda.
Answered by Ramesh Agarwal, 11 Dec '09 09:56 pm

 
  
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Yes,if the basic purpose of division of the state --to remove regional disparities n better administation of smaller states - is fulfilled.No,if the CM of the newly created state turns out to be another Madu Khoda of jharkhand.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 11 Dec '09 09:38 pm

 
  
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