JUSTICE BN SRIKRISHNA REPORT ON TELANGANA POLITICAL UNEMPLOYMENT

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JUSTICE BN SRIKRISHNA REPORT ON TELANGANA POLITICAL UNEMPLOYMENT : 

JUSTICE BN SRIKRISHNA REPORT ON TELANGANA POLITICAL UNEMPLOYMENT

THE COMMITTEE CONSTITUTE : 

THE COMMITTEE CONSTITUTE CHAIRPERSON Shri Justice B N Srikrishna (Retd.) Former Judge, Supreme Court of India MEMBER SECRETARY Shri Vinod Kumar Duggal, IAS (Retd.) Former Home Secretary, Government of India MEMBERS Prof (Dr.) Ranbir Singh Vice Chancellor, National Law University, Delhi Dr. Abusaleh Shariff Chief Economist /Senior Fellow, National Council of Applied Economic Research, Delhi Prof (Dr.) Ravinder Kaur Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT, Delhi

NECESSITY : 

NECESSITY Examine the situation in the state of Andhra Pradesh with reference to the Demand for a separate state of Telangana as well as the demand for Maintaining the present status of a united Andhra Pradesh.

PHYSICAL MAP OF ANDHRA PRADESH : 

PHYSICAL MAP OF ANDHRA PRADESH DISTRICTS IN AP 10 IN TELANGANA 09 IN ANDHRA 04 IN RAYALA SEEMA

HOW TELANGANA ISSUE ARISED? : 

HOW TELANGANA ISSUE ARISED? Failed to secure Telangana “Safe-gaurds”. Failed to implement Eight Point Plan by Indira Gandhi. Separatism by Telangana Protesters even after raise of ANDHRA PRADESH state. Confusion by Mulki Rules and AP High Court. Raise of “egos” between Jai Andhra and Jai Telangan. Lack of awareness and failed to implement 73rd amendment of Constitution and “Gentlemen Agreement”. Arise of aggression in K Chandrashekara Rao (Now TRS President) to select as a Speaker in AP assembly by then state government. Setting of game plan for collection of votes in both Telangana and Seemandhra regions. Congress mark Politics. (Puppet CMs) Lack of Leadership to lead Andhra Pradesh

THE TERMS OF REFERENCE OF THE COMMITTEE : 

THE TERMS OF REFERENCE OF THE COMMITTEE To examine the situation in the State of Andhra Pradesh with reference to the demand for a separate State of Telangana as well as the demand for maintaining the present status of a united Andhra Pradesh. To review the developments in the State since its formation and their impact on the progress and development of the different regions of the State. To examine the impact of the recent developments in the State on the different sections of the people such as women, children, students, minorities, other backward classes, scheduled castes and scheduled tribes. To identify the key issues that must be addressed while considering the matters mentioned in items (1), (2) and (3) above.

THE TERMS OF REFERENCE OF THE COMMITTEE : 

THE TERMS OF REFERENCE OF THE COMMITTEE To consult all sections of the people, especially the political parties, on the aforesaid matters and elicit their views; to seek from the political parties and other organizations a range of solutions that would resolve the present difficult situation and promote the welfare of all sections of the people; to identify the optimal solutions for this purpose; and to recommend a plan of action and a road map. To consult other organizations of civil society such as industry, trade, trade unions, farmers’ organizations, women’s organizations and students’ organizations on the aforesaid matters and elicit their views with specific reference to the all round development of the different regions of the State. To make any other suggestion or recommendation that the Committee may deem appropriate.

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND : 

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Andhra state was constituted as a result of the efforts of Telugu speaking people of Madras state who wished to have a separate linguistic state for promoting their own distinct culture. The state was formed on October 1, 1953. It was the first state constituted on linguistic basis after India‟s independence. In the meanwhile, from the time of formation of Andhra state, in the parliamentary debates during 1953-1955, sentiments were expressed by members of parliament representing the erstwhile state of Hyderabad, in favour of unification of all the Telugu-speaking areas of both Andhra state and erstwhile Hyderabad state. Even stronger expressions were in favour of Hyderabad to be considered and made the capital in place of Kurnool.

HOW HYDERABAD BECAME CAPITAL OF ANDHRA PRADESH? : 

HOW HYDERABAD BECAME CAPITAL OF ANDHRA PRADESH? Unfortunately, in the whole of Andhra, that is the 11 districts there is no single town, which would be worth calling even a district centre. Fortunately, in Hyderabad, we have got a readymade capital, one of the best cities in the whole of India, very good cement roads, many buildings and all the amenities of city life. Therefore, if a decision about Hyderabad city could have been taken, Hyderabad city would have been a very easy and ready capital and so many difficulties and hurdles would have been easily overcome. BY Shri Heda, MP from Nizamabad, on August 19, 1953

PER CAPITA DDP AGGREGATED AT VARIOUS COMBINATIONS OFREGIONS IN AP(AT 1999-2000 PRICES/ `) : 

PER CAPITA DDP AGGREGATED AT VARIOUS COMBINATIONS OFREGIONS IN AP(AT 1999-2000 PRICES/ `) Region 1993-94 2000-01 2007-08 Andhra Pradesh 12235 16615 26310 Telangana inc Hyd 11558 16566 27006 Telangana exc Hyd 11391 15746 25237 Hyderabad 12745 22135 39145 Rayalaseema 12414 15105 23860 Coastal Andhra 12809 17301 26655

RECOMMENDATIONS BY SHRI JUSTICE BN SHRIKRISHNA REPORT ON TELANGANA ISSUE : 

RECOMMENDATIONS BY SHRI JUSTICE BN SHRIKRISHNA REPORT ON TELANGANA ISSUE TO VIEW REPORT CLICK HERE

RECOMMENDATION I : 

Maintain status quo RECOMMENDATION I

RECOMMENDATION II : 

Bifurcation of the State into Seemandhra and Telangana; with Hyderabad as a Union Territory and the two states developing their own capitals in due course RECOMMENDATION II

RECOMMENDATION III : 

Bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh into Seemandhra and Telangana with enlarged Hyderabad Metropolis as a separate Union Territory. This Union Territory will have geographical linkage and contiguity via Nalgonda district in the south-east to district Guntur in coastal Andhra and via Mahboobnagar district in the south to Kurnool district in Rayalaseema RECOMMENDATION III

RECOMMENDATION IV : 

Bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh into Seemandhra and Telangana with enlarged Hyderabad Metropolis as a separate Union Territory. This Union Territory will have geographical linkage and contiguity via Nalgonda district in the south-east to district Guntur in coastal Andhra and via Mahboobnagar district in the south to Kurnool district in Rayalaseema RECOMMENDATION IV

RECOMMENDATION V : 

Bifurcation of the State into Telangana and Seemandhra as per existing boundaries with Hyderabad as the capital of Telangana and Seemandhra to have a new capital RECOMMENDATION V

RECOMMENDATION VI : 

Keeping the State united by simultaneously providing certain definite Constitutional/Statutory measures for socio-economic development and political empowerment of Telangana region – creation of a statutorily empowered Telangana Regional Council RECOMMENDATION VI

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