Monday, December 14, 2009

And they thought Atom was indivisible..
When the borders that don't exist can be drawn, I guess it wasn't so difficult for the scientists I guess..
I'm really surprised how the Central Govt. Came down on the demands of a person,Should i call leader who has just 10 MLAs.. And they thought, the genuine demands across the country woudnt come up..
Like JP said, the state has more problems than to focus on drawing lines,We've seen what happened when Jharkhand was made, the Domicile policy etc..
One of my colleagues said, the only difference to an ordinary citizen would be that his number plate gets changed .Thats all..
Had these people concentrated this much on the core problems of the country,I think we wouldnt have fought like this again and again.
While I was thinking...
I thought why not a seperate country for telengana?..After all they have been deprived of the basic amneties that other regions of AP have, for that matter few other parts of country.. Also they were discriminated from other parts of AP.. It is the same congress govt. that was in power for most of the time in State and Centre.. what good it will do, if they still have the power and telengana is just a state in the Indian Union..
My point is when we start dividing where is the end?.In the first place where is this telengana region?.. I think people have to stop discriminating based on regions.. it is not a state for gods sake. and there is no where written about telengana in constitution. If a state has to be made,
1.It must be based on linguistic basis for obvious reasons
2.For administrative reasons, and varied topography
Just(Dont take this literally. applied only for this context) because the govt has neglected a group of districts it is unfair to get seperated!..
What are the MLA's and MPs of these areas doing?.. they are as responsible as their counterparts in other districts?..were they sleeping or were they busy making money ?.If it is underdeveloped it is them who have to be blamed but not the decision that the state to remain united!.
It is not late now , for the leaders to think twice about the problems we are facing and fix the priorites..

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