Letter to Sri Krishna Commission - Opinion on the separate Telangana State issue
Hello Justice Sri Krishna, VK Duggal and Members of Commission!
The base for the separation of states should be development and heritage of that particular society.
After 50years formation of Andhrapradesh, the development in Telangana except hyd is not comes under account.
The rulers from Andhra are very selfish and they never planned for the betterment of Telangana.
People are leaving their villages to Bhiwandi,Mumbai,Dubai for the employment opportunities as they have no other option to cultivate, weaving workers and many handicraft workers.
The people who can not move from villages due to problems like loans from finances and taken for interest at the rate of 3% per month, the formers with no crops due to the lack of water,power are committing suicides.
My intention here is "we are not begging for Telangana to separate, Telangana is the right of people who are cheated by Andhra selfish rulers"
The foundation of development is on education,health of the society.
The education opportunities in Telangana and other parts of Andhrapradhesh are the better examples of discrimination and imbalance development because of the administration failure. You can check how many degree colleges in Andhrapradesh and each district has how many.
I have seen many articles in news papers about you people(Justice Sri Krishna,V.K. Duggal,Kaur and Team) are efficient enough to find out the problems in Telangana due to the imbalanced administration for many years.
I strongly hope Sri Krishna Commission will give Justice in favor of the people who are struggling for existing, betterment in heath and education, good administrative policies and bright future with lot of hopes and ambitions.
Please consider this as the wish of each Telangana civilian who are fighting irrespective of their lives to sacrify and waiting for honesty,future oriented justice for Andhrapradesh.
Thanks and Regards,
Raghuram Reddy Gottimukkula
Peddapally,Karimnagar Dist, Andhrapradesh.
Master of Science in Computers from Kakatiya University,Warangal
Worked as ABVP University Arts and Science College President for the years 2005-06
Organized moments,agitations for the students and society welfare.
Working as Software Engineer in Bangalore
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Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Thursday, January 21, 2010
It is the time to fight!! Lets participate in Telangana movement for our bright future.
Participate actively in the movement. Be there to show our strength. we will met in O.U on 23rd Jan 2010
Lakhs may attend ABVP’s ‘Telangana Vidyarthi Ranabheri’
Hyderabad, Jan 20 : Lakhs of students from all the Telangana districts are expected to pour into city on January 23 in connection with the “Telangana Vidyarthi Ranabheri” being organised by the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad in the Nizam College Grounds.
In a press note here, the state ABVP secretary, Mr Kadiyam Raju, stated that the agitation launched by the students for separate Telangana turned into a mass movement of four-crore people of the entire Telangana region. Alleging that some political parties were trying to sidetrack the separate Telangana agitation for their selfish ends, Mr Raju stated that the ABVP has decided to intensify the agitation and as part of the programme, it was organizing “Telangana Vidyarthi Ranabheri” a public meeting in the Nizam College Grounds on January 23.
The senior BJP leader and Leader of Opposition in the Lok Sabha, Ms Sushma Swaraj, who proclaimed support to separate Telangana state if the UPA government at the Centre tabled a Bill in the lower House in this regard, will be the chief guest, he added.
The ABVP leader stated that efforts were being made to bring youth and students from village to district level to the Vidyarthi Ranabheri. He also appealed to the people of Telangana to attend the Ranabheri rally in large numbers and for the Union government to expedite the process for formation of Telangana state.
Meanwhile, the Telangana Non-Gazetted Officers’ Central Union, Hyderabad has extended its support to the ABVP-sponsored Telangana Vidyarthi Ranabheri meeting to be held in the Nizam College grounds on January 23.
In a separate statement, the TNGOs’ central union president, Mr K Swamy Goud, the general secretary, Mr G Devi Prasad, appealed to the members of employees, teachers and workers unions to participate in the rally in large numbers.
The doctors and staff of Telangana Medical Forum JAC also pledged their solidarity and full support to the “Telangana Vidyarthi Ranabheri” being organised by the ABVP in the Nizam College grounds on January 23.
In a pressnote here, the chairman of Telangana Junior Doctors’ Forum JAC, Prof. A Gopal Kishan, hoped that the meeting would be a grand success.