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Do You Really Think These Political Parties And Political JAC Are Concern about Solving Telangana Problem? I Strongly believe they are only looking their own benefits. We General public suffering because of them. If the agitations and strikes and delaying in decision, resignations continuous with no time bound, General Public boycott all these political parties and political JAC.

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Asked by Amal P, 26 Jul '11 11:16 am
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U r right. .public are made scapegoats to suffer unnecessarily
Answered by shastry v b, 27 Jul '11 09:41 am

 
  
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Not sure about the political parties, but the JAC is trying to force the resolution. This problem would have been solved by now, only if the influential MPs from coastal Andhra did not stop the process initiated by the UPA govt. Let's hope that the general strike called by the JAC will not last long...
Source: Ravi Alugupalli
Answered by Ravi Alugubelli, 28 Jul '11 05:59 pm

 
  
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No there are all using the burning problem. if the problem really solved there is work for them to do.
it is only a political dramas for their political posiitions.
who will bother about the public, is there any politician done sucide for telangana only the students, they are using them as their pets(sorry to say).
they are asking for telangana when not in power and calm in power(all the leaders)
Answered by arunkumarguptha killamsetty, 27 Jul '11 11:27 pm

 
  
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Yes that's right but center must have to solve this problem instead of prolonging the issue & save the young people lives
Answered by yusuf syed, 26 Jul '11 09:57 pm

 
  
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You are absolutely right, sir they all have an axe to grind
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 26 Jul '11 11:27 am

 
  
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