This blog emphasises on both the positive and negative impacts due to the division of Andhra Pradesh on the new states. Gopakumar, CE10B The Telangana movement is a group of related political activities organized in order to support the creation of a new state of Telangana, from the existing state of Andhra Pradesh in South India. Telangana, the new state proposed corresponds to the Telugu-speaking portions of the princely state of Hyderabad in pre-independent India. On 30 Julythe Congress Working Committee approved a motion for a separate Telangana to the central government.
Random thoughts on all things that matter; sometimes, don't Wednesday, August 28, Why is Seemandhra on the boil? For almost one month now, coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema regions of Andhra Pradesh have been on a boil.
The sudden unrest is the fallout of the announcement by the Congress Working Committee on July 30 last that Andhra Pradesh would be bifurcated to carve out a new state of Telangana.
Even during the peak of Telangana agitation, the voice of Andhra was barely heard, while political parties of all hues with the exception of CPM and MIMnational leaders of opposing persuasions, intellectuals of the left, right and centre, activists from Arvind Kejriwal to Medha Patkar found the resonance from Hyderabad more forceful.
With division a fiat accompli, a sense of loss, betrayal and a sense of being wounded in the whole bargain left the people of Seemandhra clueless and dumb-founded. Why are the people of Andhra and Rayalaseema so upset? Why are they on the roads?
What is Economies of telangana and seemandhra problem if the state is divided? First, it should be remembered that the road leading to the proposed division of AP was strewn with a minefield of misinformation, bitterness, enmity and dubious arguments, all carefully constructed over more than a decade.
Now, the question is whether the division of the state was based on these premises that the proponents of Telangana have been forcefully putting up all these years.
There lies the problem. To begin with, take the elaborate falsifications spread by the Telangana protagonists about the backwardness of their region.
Few people are aware that the long-standing contention that Telangana remained a backward region in united Andhra was proved a barefaced lie by no less than an eminent committee constituted by the Centre.
And what did the committee of experts say after exhaustive study? Additionally, the rate of growth of most of the parameters of development has shown robust growth in Telangana.
Coastal Andhra has natural advantages and a long history of development in agriculture, but it is the Telangana region which has shown commendable growth in agriculture during the past three-four decades. Thus, on the whole, it would appear that the deprived region is Rayalaseema not Telangana".
But the misrepresentation continues to be paraded everywhere as if it is a gospel truth. And this is what hurts the Andhra people. They feel distressed as the Centre did not even bother to clarify that the announcement of separate Telangana was nothing to do with this false propaganda.
And then, the pile of allegations, accusations, insinuations and indictments that Seemandhra people had to suffer all through the Telangana movement. TRS, in its relentless pursuit of regionalism, has projected Andhras as the born-enemies of Telangana, resorted to the most abominable abuse, used even the slightest opportunity to hammer existing prejudices, heaped humiliations, blackmailed politicians, officials, journalists, lawyers, doctors etc.
And almost all other political parties remained mute spectators to this caricature of an entire region and people — caught as they were in a cleft stick of politics of expediency.
Given such a long history of manufactured animosity, how can the Centre now take a decision without providing a sense of closure to all the bitterness that was created for nearly a decade? That is the question that rattles Andhra. Then there is the issue of Hyderabad.
Only Telangana has an absolute right over the capital city, aver the T champions. And the Centre seems — from Andhra point of view - to have capitulated to this demand.
It is the Seemandhra capitalists with vested interests in Hyderabad who are insisting on equal rights over the city, they allege. Is it the whole truth?
There has been a huge movement of people, especially during the last 40 years, from Andhra and Rayalaseema regions to Hyderabad in search of education, training, employment, trade and business opportunities.
The post-liberalisation period gave further fillip to this trend. The tectonic shift that happened in the movement of people to the capital can be understood from the fact that under the delimitation of constituencies while Seemandhra lost 12 Assembly constituencies, Greater Hyderabad gained 11 Assembly seats.
And this is according census. During the last 12 years, the migration to Hyderabad only increased multifold.Mar 30, · Telangana: Seemandhra lawyers to hold massive sit-in in Delhi 14 Oct, , PM IST. Scores of lawyers from 13 districts of Seemandhra region will hold a protest in New Delhi on October 18 to mount pressure on the Centre to concede to their demand for a united Andhra Pradesh.
Economies of Telangana and Seemandhra. So in conclusion the major question in the development race between Telangana and Seemandhra is where will Hyderabad go?
As of now, it seems like Telangana will win the race for Hyderabad.
But a lot can happen in ten years. Or Seemandhra, which has its own revenue generation points like Tirupati and.
Economies of Telangana and Seemandhra By K. Gopakumar, CE10B The Telangana movement is a group of related political activities organized in order to support the creation of a new state of Telangana, from the existing state of Andhra Pradesh in South India. Business and Economy; How Telangana and Seemandhra fought for Hyderabad (and how the battle was won) Book excerpt: Jairam Ramesh, who was closely involved with the bifurcation, recounts the Operating System: ANDROID.
Govt promises tax incentives to promote region's economic growth in the bill. New Delhi: With an aim of cooling tempers in Seemandhra region, the government has promised in the Telangana Bill.
Economies of Telangana and Seemandhra Essay Economies of Telangana and Seemandhra The Telangana movement is a group of related political activities organized in order to support the creation of a new state of Telangana, from the existing state of Andhra Pradesh in South India.