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What result expected from Sri Krishna Committee issue of Telangana ?

Tags: krishna, telangana, religion & spirituality
Asked by kesav v, 27 Oct '10 07:04 pm
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Unite andhra will be result
Answered by harsha vardhan, 28 Oct '10 02:58 pm

 
  
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May be supporting the division of state and giving status to Telengana
Answered by hitler, 27 Oct '10 07:09 pm

 
  
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We Hyderabadi's does not want to be with telangana. Pls take a referundum of people of hyderabad for being a uniion territory or joining telangana. I am sure people of hyderabad will never like to join telangana.

This telagana people involved in so called moment always try to blackmail.. they never talk with sense.
Do you think is separate telangana people are going to prosper? see today any of the meetings that happen in telangana ends up in fighting... There are several tens of JACs.. everyone wants to show off.

If srikirshana committe gives in favour of telangana its fine.. otherwise we will see end? Then why are you waiting, why this black mail why dont you see end before srikirshna report comes out..

Anyways.. we born and baught up people of hyd do not want to join telangana.
Answered by domainking, 16 Nov '10 03:54 pm

 
  
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Only the dumb and blind will say the state will be united. s k c will recommend separate telangana as it is justified, people's wish and unavoidable.
homage to all the martyrs and their sacrifices will not go waste. jai telangana.
Answered by Gopal Madduri, 10 Nov '10 10:07 pm

 
  
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