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Autocracy in democracy ----is the latest instance to create a Teleangana state without any consensus a classic example? Your views please?

Asked by Good Citizen, 17 Dec '09 08:35 pm
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Yes indeed that seems to be the case here..you have got it right when you say that its autocracy in the form of democracy which has destroyed the political system in India & so is the case with the telengana issue too!!
Answered by dharamender nebhnani, 17 Dec '09 09:10 pm

 
  
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See this is what i had indicated towards a few days back, if we just contniue to succumb to all their demands here is an example of what would happen to India...100 states...Parliament with Kung-Fu instructors, ribs-broken MPs and ambulances ready as the disputes over river water, resources, transportation, taxation, crimes, fund allocation to states and migration issues would be a norm...here is a short list of the intensions of a democratic society....these all are ready after Tilangana... first Uttrakhand, Jharkhand and Chattisgarh?? ...and After Tilangana, there is Bodoland, Gorkhaland, Bundelkhand, Vidarbha and Western U.P....then it's going to be Laddakh...Marathwada, Magadh, Mithila and Awadh, the there is Bhojpur, Malwa, Bagelkhand and Puwanchal...then it's Rohilkhand, vindhyachal and Kathyawad,then it;s rayalseema(already demanded), Mysore and Malabar, then there is deccan, kutch, Travancore, Palanadu(AP), Malnad(kerala), Then there is Kuttanad ( kerala) Chettinad( Tamil), Rai ...more
Answered by Nashaat Quadri, 17 Dec '09 08:51 pm

 
  
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Autocracy is very badly needed now. Who are all demanding or dominating shd be arrested and Emergency is to be announced. Even though Little delay as of now, This shd be the fittest action. Now see this is waht going to happen soon. .Becoz Now This issue is operated by Naxals and Anti social outfits.
Answered by hitler, 17 Dec '09 08:37 pm

 
  
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I think it is not auticracy.Have u ever though about the backward ness of telengana despite rich mineral resouces.?Is it not a fact that the money earned from mineral rich areas were spent for the coastal people?Are not smaller states developed after bifurcation(except)Jharkhand?There is a lot of difference between the percapita income of MP n newly created Chatisgarh.Same is the case with Uttaranchal n UP.Then why should we oppose?Those who want one AP,--did they ever think about the plight of the under developed Telengana?Please ponder over the matter.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 17 Dec '09 08:48 pm

 
  
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Democracy (Demos + KRATOS) is when people's opinions are reflected in public opinion. Merely electing the dude and his cronies who run ur country for the next five years ain't democracy but is called party politics :)

The partition of India,
India's 123 agreement w/ the US, Criminalizing of traditional Hindustani hemp as a narcotic to make UN happy, the high degree of autonomization given to Jammu Kashmir, allowing religion to interfere in public life, giving Warren Andersen a free first class ticket home instead of having the people decide what to do with him for his crimes in Bhopal, and the ECONOMIC MODEL OF OUR CHOICE are some of the decisions which were outright executed w/o popular consent.

Believe me dost, other than a few Indian upper middle / upper class no moronic lower class / lower middle class / middle class desi is going to ask for a system which shelves his life saving PDS and CMP generating industry!

A govt where there is no elections but takes public ...more
Answered by A Moin, 17 Dec '09 08:47 pm

 
  
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Before 1947 Telangana was called HYDERABAD STATE and Nizam was ruling. After independence it was "liberated" from Nizam and stayed as Hyderabad state having a separate state status. Coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema were a part of Madras state.. Potti Sreeramulu fasted for seperation of Telugu speaking people from Madras state.Andhrarastra was formed.Jawaharlal Nehru formed a state reorganising commission in 1953. The first SRC clearly said that Hyderabad and Andhra should not be merged except with full concurrence of people of Hyderabad state. Punditji ignored SRC recommendation and forced merger. Andhra and Hyderabad were merged with the so called "gentlemen`s agreement". But politicians are never gentlemen . So Hyderabad and Andhra states never merged emotionally or economically. Andhra Pradesh is such an artificial merger . Hyderabad state had more revenue less expenditure more agricultural and residential land per person ,liquor shops bars pubs horse races beef and peacock dish ...more
Answered by IRAGAVARAPU JAGANNATHASWAMY, 18 Dec '09 01:00 pm

 
  
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This a classic case of surrender by centre unecessorily. KCR had nio popular supprt any time. In 2004 he got 26 seats, in 2009 10 seats out of 119 in telangana. He could not even contest in Hyderabad election
Answered by vunnam jalaramaiah, 18 Dec '09 12:48 pm

 
  
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Let's say, it is naked autocracy of diverting public interest from other serious issues.
Telengane is just a 'bahana' and it will be replaced with another 'kahani' soon.
Consensus is ignored when ruling party has comfortable majority.
But it can be treated by the same coin after 5 years. That is the democracy all about.
Answered by Prakash Chandra, 17 Dec '09 10:12 pm

 
  
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