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Do you think the Congress to initiate the process for formation of a Telangana State is a hasty decision?.

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Asked by anantharaman, 18 Dec '09 08:06 am
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I think NO. The only mistake Congress committed is to use wrong words to break the News. While it could have said that "Yes we are Ready to accept Telangana in principle, it is the Legislature of AP to pass the Resolution to that Effect.". Instead, it said "We Agree and a Resolution will be passed by the AP assembly in next few days" taking people of AP for granted, which backfired. The decision is right in context of the Justification of demand and outcome of previous Fast unto Death in the Past.
Answered by subhash tiwari, 18 Dec '09 09:39 am

 
  
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It wasn't a hasty decision. The decline of KCR's health has contributed to a sense of urgency for the central government to take a decision on the issue of Telangana statehood.
Answered by Jack Johnson, 18 Dec '09 08:36 pm

 
  
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Actually jus now i was watching a tele show,on ndtv where there was a leader who saying he wont join any party now,but work for minorities jus cuz cong & other secular parties jus cheated them since 47.So wt i feel indian political scenario is very complex now..So on n so forth each & every decision is gonna be very very dificult in our country..in political sence.
Answered by virendrakumar, 20 Dec '09 01:49 am

 
  
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Yes, the congress leaders should have sent feelers to find out the reaction of it's local chiefs and should have obtained their views and felt the pulses of people ,before openly committed for the bifurcation , besides the matter should have received thread bare discussion of implications ,now a point of no return and a stalemate has locked this situation beyond repair ,it could no longer undo this .Haste made the waste.
Answered by venkatesaldevarajan, 18 Dec '09 08:17 am

 
  
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Right decision,in A WRONG TIME AND , IN EXTREME LEFT WRONG LANE
Answered by AANEWS AGENCY, 20 Dec '09 08:09 am

 
  
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No it is long pending issue which some parties have backed out now. But congress has not handled the issue properly.
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 18 Dec '09 03:29 pm

 
  
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Has the decision been finally taken as yet. what the cong leaders said was a reaction or just a statement to pacify people in telengana area. No decision has finally been taken as yet, so it would not be proper to form an opinion about this so far
Answered by iqbal seth, 18 Dec '09 08:48 am

 
  
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I feel the country should be moving closer towards a singular identity and stroking the aspirations of people who want a separate state with such haste is just bad PR especially now. This move will encourage older "autonomized" states like Kashmir to create new demands like their own separate currency. It will also encourage further regionalism.

What I find chilling in my spine is the fact dat people who want to divide up the country are answered positively by govt as in Telengana and even given commando security as with Kashmiri separatist leaders during dialog, but then tribals who are expressing rage over nothing but hunger and poverty and who don't want to divide India up in the slightest bit are labeled as terrorists.

I never understood how our country operates, wish our Govt would publish a guideline.
Answered by A Moin, 18 Dec '09 08:28 am

 
  
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It cannot be stated as 'hasty', as it has been pending since long and the father of this movement had to pay with his life at the beginning. Since AP is governed by Congress at present and Congress has majority in UPA lead Central Government, it is a favourable chance for the party to fullfil the long waiting ambition of the Telungana people. As there is a commong saying in Malayalam ' Even if the mother is murdered, there are two different justifications', every decision has different justifications and explanations, agreement and disagreement, concession and opposition, this has also different ones. If not now, it will be very difficult for this purpose in future, as the opposition will further stiffen later on. The onus is when some want some do not. It is better to eradicate avoidable clashes in future even if a decision taken now is hasty.
Answered by vini joseph, 18 Dec '09 08:19 am

 
  
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Very very hasty decision.Now they are apying the price.
Answered by hitler, 18 Dec '09 08:17 am

 
  
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