Home Ministry: new website over AP bifurcation

shindeAfter the meeting of Group of ministers  on 19th October, home ministry had decided to launch a new website over bifurcation of Aandhra Pradesh state. The idea behind launching a new website over state bifurcation is to hear problems, take ideas & suggestions from Andhra Pradesh common people. People who want to share information with GOM, their concerns can send email through this website to home ministry. Everyone can send suggestions over AP bifurcation. GOM will check all the email and address all the concerns. GOM has not given any clarity on visiting Andhra Pradesh state.

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  1. U Krishna Murthy says:

    If the division of Andhra Pradesh is inevitable, separate Telangana – excluding the area under Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) may be accepted. The area under HMDA is cosmopolitan in nature. Before the formation of Andhra Pradesh in 1956, it was the Capital of Hyderabad State comprising 3 Regions viz., (1) Telugu speaking region (Telangana), (2) Marathi speaking region (Marathwada) and (3) Kannada Speaking region. In 1956 during the Reorganisation of the Indian States based along linguistic lines, the state of Hyderabad was split up among Andhra Pradesh, Bombay state (later divided into states of Maharashtra and Gujarat in 1960 with the original portions of Hyderabad becoming part of the state of Maharashtra) and Karnataka.
    In December 1953, the States Reorganization Commission was appointed to prepare for the creation of states on linguistic lines.[2] The commission, due to public demand, recommended disintegration of Hyderabad state and to merge Marathi speaking region, Maratwada, with Bombay state and Kannada speaking region with Mysore state. The States Reorganisation Commission (SRC) was not in favour of an immediate merger of Telugu speaking Telangana region of Hyderabad state with Andhra state, despite their common language – due to certain reasons. Subsequently, Andhra state and Telangana were merged to form Andhra Pradesh state on 1 November 1956 after providing safeguards to Telangana in the form of Gentlemen’s agreement. Since 1956, HMDA has been developed multifold for which all the Telugu speaking people are responsible. Hence the area under HMDA should be equally accessible not only for Telugu speaking people but also people from all around as the area is cosmopolitan in nature.

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