Telugu States' News and Discussion

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby Lilo » 23 May 2014 13:59

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The news text: Governor orders that nonhindus will be allowed into temple only if they declared belief in Sri Venkateshwara in writing. Further strict enforcement of noslipper rule without exceptions - holding officials accountable.

This seems to be in response to EJ Jagan's recent visit (without signing such a declaration) and his entering with footwear into the temple.
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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby a_bharat » 23 May 2014 14:14

PK and Modi factors probably helped TDP in the Assembly/LS elections, but to what extent? The results are in line with the results in the local elections (MPTC, ZPTC) which were held a month earlier and there was no alliance between TDP and PK or Modi at that time. In fact, TDP got much better results in the municipal elections.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby Yagnasri » 23 May 2014 15:31

Not quite correct. There is a huge Jagan criminal gang push for Assembly which has not spent money or concentrated on local elections. We are simply underestimating this criminal gang power and reach. The stakes are simply too high and allowing Jagan to win means losing 6 and half people to EJ rule forever.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby Muppalla » 23 May 2014 17:35

Siddhu wrote:Now KCR telling Andhra employees to go to SA. Poor guys they have to start over again, investing in hyd will prove to be a big mistake.


There are bad things and right things. But asking Andhra employees to go to SA is not wrong thing. When states are divided, the departments will be divided and what is wrong in asking Andhra origin employees to go to Andhra? The question is the employees want options to chose between AP and TG and as HYD was centralized with all departments, everyone will try to be in Hyd centric and what that means is AP will have to hire new and TG will be overflowing with government employees. So KCR and TG employee unions says that there should be no options and all Andhra origin employees should go to AP. I see nothing wrong in it.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby Muppalla » 23 May 2014 17:39

TKiran wrote:Muppalla garu, YCP gained handsomely with only two vote banks. 1. EJ's 2. Kapus (80-85%)

Somebody predicted the Kapus hatred for Kammas is going to benefit Jagan in BRF. Jagan would have been decimated if Kapus did not vote enmasse to YCP. It is very important for CBN to recognize Kapu's power and keep PK on his side, if he wants to continue. But still kapu's are sceptical, they want their own leader. If the lucky CBN does not recognize this, there will be mid-term polls in SA


No data at all to prove this. If the above is true then why did TDP sweep Municipal, Mandal, ZP elections? Jagan is a mirage and he created a perception empire. Now if his family and him are destroyed there will be huge empty opposition space in AP. If Sonia Congress gets destroyed at center, the future will be TDP Vs BJP as long as BJP plays its cards right.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby RamaY » 23 May 2014 17:44

Muppalla wrote:
Siddhu wrote:Now KCR telling Andhra employees to go to SA. Poor guys they have to start over again, investing in hyd will prove to be a big mistake.


There are bad things and right things. But asking Andhra employees to go to SA is not wrong thing. When states are divided, the departments will be divided and what is wrong in asking Andhra origin employees to go to Andhra? The question is the employees want options to chose between AP and TG and as HYD was centralized with all departments, everyone will try to be in Hyd centric and what that means is AP will have to hire new and TG will be overflowing with government employees. So KCR and TG employee unions says that there should be no options and all Andhra origin employees should go to AP. I see nothing wrong in it.


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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby member_28533 » 23 May 2014 18:20

Muppalla wrote:
Siddhu wrote:Now KCR telling Andhra employees to go to SA. Poor guys they have to start over again, investing in hyd will prove to be a big mistake.


There are bad things and right things. But asking Andhra employees to go to SA is not wrong thing. When states are divided, the departments will be divided and what is wrong in asking Andhra origin employees to go to Andhra? The question is the employees want options to chose between AP and TG and as HYD was centralized with all departments, everyone will try to be in Hyd centric and what that means is AP will have to hire new and TG will be overflowing with government employees. So KCR and TG employee unions says that there should be no options and all Andhra origin employees should go to AP. I see nothing wrong in it.



Cat drinking milk with eyes closed - eh ?? Cant believe so called "nationalist" minded people on BRF support this type of regional extremism either due to naivety or due to their own biases.. KCR's language and tone are highly jingoistic and insulting to any demographic.. every one knows the migration of Andhra employees is going to happen... why prod and specifically target them, reminding them that they wont be allowed to enter the gates of TG offices ? its only a matter of time he will start targeting so-called "settlers"... Wait and watch - the writing on the wall is clear... all along Mr. "napunsak" Kishan Reddy will continue to kow-tow their line and silently buries BJP in Telangana, hoping to win the jingo TG vote, which does not exist for BJP.. only PK and Jana Sena seem to have the guts to take on this chauvinist.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby RamaY » 23 May 2014 18:27

^
That is why Muppala garu said, "there are bad things and right things".

Telangana state (newly formed) has a right to ask Andhra employees to go to AP state. It is their prerogative.
Yes, there is a chance that KCR may go all the way in threatening settlers. But that is a different fight. For now Telangana people gave a clear mandate to TRS and we should respect that.

There is nothing BJP or TDP can do now. All they can do is focus their strengths on two things
- Try to minimize damage to both Telangana & Andhra Settler communities.
- Focus on proving their case where they are in power, that is in AP.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby member_28533 » 23 May 2014 19:12

RamaY wrote:^
That is why Muppala garu said, "there are bad things and right things".

Telangana state (newly formed) has a right to ask Andhra employees to go to AP state. It is their prerogative.
Yes, there is a chance that KCR may go all the way in threatening settlers. But that is a different fight. For now Telangana people gave a clear mandate to TRS and we should respect that.

There is nothing BJP or TDP can do now. All they can do is focus their strengths on two things
- Try to minimize damage to both Telangana & Andhra Settler communities.
- Focus on proving their case where they are in power, that is in AP.



Does not make any sense, as how they can minimize damage to "settler" communities if so called "nationalists" cannot even speak out against jingoistic actions happening in front of their eyes.. who is going to trust their intentions if they speak about "protecting seemandhrites" only during election season for some votes ?

The mandate to TRS is for governance that includes establishing order - not for spreading jingoism and dislodging all Andhra "settlers" for Indian state.

I think NaMo needs to be personally involved in ensuring the situation does not get out of hand and revamps TG state BJP leadership to ensure they present a nationalist stand.. currently, what is preventing TG BJP leaders from at least articulating a clear nationalist stance decrying such actions ?

In TG, BJP is risking to become B-team of TRS and fight for Jingo TG vote, which will never go their way anyway.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby vivek.rao » 23 May 2014 19:41

I did not expect this from Muppllaji ...

Even if the nativity of employees is Andhra or Telangana, all they have to ask is "Do you want to stay in Telangana or go to Andhra?". This playing regional game is reprehensible and regressive.

A state does not have any right to question like that. If SS comes to power in Mumbai, they can't create a state policy to send back people from other states.

Going forward, if Telanagana state says only employees born in Telangana are eligible for state jobs, I am fine with that.

Just based on division or nativity, u can't send back people. The scumbag KCR looks like he wants to create a jingostic/hateful state rather than development. He is a low life character. He wants to use MIM as a cover for his land grabbing and hate campaign. If people of Telangana fall for such tactics, they will remain at the bottom of the list in 20 years.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby Muppalla » 23 May 2014 19:50

vivek.rao wrote:I did not expect this from Muppllaji ...

Even if the nativity of employees is Andhra or Telangana, all they have to ask is "Do you want to stay in Telangana or go to Andhra?". This playing regional game is reprehensible and regressive.


There 90% other things to be critical of KCR and TRS. Not this one is all I am saying. The government offices, secretariat and every minor thing is centralized in Hyderabad for the undivided state. The government employees lobby is most scummiest thing and is based on where they get more corrupt money and those are the lobbyists who are making this argument more worse.

When the state is divided every department gets divided proportionally. The proportion of government employees have to move to Andhra capital (probably Guntur). Here if there is enthusiasm to leave Hyd then they would have given options. But if you give options everyone wants to be in Hyderabad (capital of Telangana). What this means is there will be overflow of employees in TG and no employees in Andhra. The government has the right to not give options and force folks to move employees. The rule-of-thumb to force is based on origin. This is all KCR is saying and as we hate him , we hate even genuine things.

Don't mix up everything in one box. The KCR go-back-Andhra rhetoric is way different from this GoAP employees stuff.

Added later:

Even if you make HYD as UT just for argument sake how will a UT admin take all these employees meant for two states? Why would a small UT will need that many employees.

The employees do get transfers and nothing new here. Just because KCR made statement everyone suspects as something against Andhras. There are several other issues and take on them but not this employees unions stuff.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby ramana » 23 May 2014 19:58

However isn't that a slippery slope? First AP Govt employees then setllers with property and then the rest?

A Paki Parsi lady Bapsi Sidwa wrote a book "Cracking India" and made into a film by Meera Nair "Earth:.

This looks like a rerun.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby vivek.rao » 23 May 2014 20:09

Why can't you incentivize if the problem is too many staying back. Without using nativity, just say employee who are willing to move will get some benefits like cash or bonds etc.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby Muppalla » 23 May 2014 20:22

vivek.rao wrote:Why can't you incentivize if the problem is too many staying back. Without using nativity, just say employee who are willing to move will get some benefits like cash or bonds etc.


The reality is actually in the end both states have to reduce the number of employees. At the top IAS/IPS levels they are opting to go to AP as CBN is new CM. They were waiting to opt between center and new AP based on who win in AP. They are very clear to not work under Jagan or KCR.

This is all about extra fluff (should actually be removed using VRS) in mid and low level employment. Giving bonds/incentives also will not help. The folks needs to be divided very swiftly. The whole Telangana division is about nativity and that is an inescapable fact. This division was never about administration (like the case of MP, UP or Bihar). Why hide behind bushes? Hence I think nativity is the best way for Government employees.

Regarding private properties, private companies and jobs, I say leave it for the TG government to feel free and do how it thinks is better for TG's development. Let us all dare them to bring nativity clauses for private sector and see what will happen :). This slippery slope can go maximum to government and government educational institutions. As AP progresses rapidly (sure to happen), it will be ready to cobble up any investment. If TG brings in these kind of restriction no one will invest there. Then the state's population will take care of themselves.

Short term rhetoric is not going to work and things will change very fast. But government employees should be marched down with a stick.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby kvraghav » 23 May 2014 20:26

i dont understand how seemandhra people working in telangana is different from telangana based people working in central govt and private sector in bangalore? I am all for this exchange if we can send them too from bangalore.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby kvraghav » 23 May 2014 20:27

telangana is in india and forget people from seemandhra, people from anywhere should be able to work there in public or private sectors.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby bhavani » 23 May 2014 22:05

After Chiranjeevi the rumour mill is hot with rumors of Vijayashanthi joining BJP. It looks like BJP is attracting all the losers from Congress

http://deccan-journal.com/content/vijay ... g-join-bjp

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby Rajagopal » 23 May 2014 22:26

Narayana Rao wrote:KCR already kicking people out. Osmania and JNTU "student gangs" are not allowing people with Andra type telugu speaking into their colleges.

MY OWN SISTERS SON BORN AND EDUCATED IN JNTU IS NOW ASKED NOT TO JOIN PHD THERE AND HAD TO LEAVE.


I had predicted much earlier in the old thread that this was how things would look like once Telengana was declared.

1) Today, Andhra settlers are asked to leave the govt jobs. Once people acquiesce, it will be followed by demand for other state people to make their way out.

2) Are Telenganites OK if other states demand that Telengana people quit their jobs and go back to their new state ?

I predict a President's rule within the next 6 months. Time for fresh elections.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby devesh » 23 May 2014 22:40

Ok if it is so reprehensible and regressive, I have a suggestion. SA should accept 5 lakh telangana families in the new SA capitol. Including govt jobs. Is SA ready for this? Will they be ok if telangana vadis also view SA as a fertile ground for colonizing?

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby vivek.rao » 23 May 2014 22:53

If Telangana guy wants to move to new capital, SA has to accept it. What if you are born in Telangana but your parents are from Andhra. You want to go back. Andhra state can't say NO. What the F is colonizing? If 10 million Telangana people want to move to Andhra, they are free to move.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby Muppalla » 23 May 2014 22:57

devesh wrote:Ok if it is so reprehensible and regressive, I have a suggestion. SA should accept 5 lakh telangana families in the new SA capitol. Including govt jobs. Is SA ready for this? Will they be ok if telangana vadis also view SA as a fertile ground for colonizing?


In this argument, try lobbying in TG. No one in SA will object. This whole nativity concept is an argument owned and succeeded several time by TG onlee.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby Shanmukh » 23 May 2014 23:17

devesh wrote:Ok if it is so reprehensible and regressive, I have a suggestion. SA should accept 5 lakh telangana families in the new SA capitol. Including govt jobs. Is SA ready for this? Will they be ok if telangana vadis also view SA as a fertile ground for colonizing?


Devesh-ji,
Sorry, but I don't even understand this `accepting families' stuff. Are we talking international boundaries here? There are easily 5 lakh Telugu families, most of them from Rayalseema (my great aunt is one - a Tamizh-Telugu half blood, born and brought up in Chittor, but settled in Bangalore) in Bangalore district itself. A decent proportion of Telugus have government jobs, particularly at the lower and middle levels. Does this mean `Karnataka is accepting' Telugu folks, as if they are from some alien country, and we should haggle over quotas of how many aliens we accept? Let us take it a step further - is Telangana going to raise an Andhra Border Security Force, deployed along the Krishna, and the Khammam border, to ensure that Andhra folks don't sneak into Telangana in the dead of the night? Are the Telangana folks going to build watch towers, arc lights and machine gun posts along the border to dissuade those SeemaAndhra-ites from sneaking into Telangana paradise? Indian citizens have every right to settle where they want in the country. I thought that was part of the constitution. Tell you what - if KCR type idiots continue in Telangana for another 10 years, it will be Telangana folks who will be fleeing the Razakar rule of Hyderabad to the safety of Andhra, and Karnataka.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby Rajagopal » 23 May 2014 23:32

nageshks wrote:
devesh wrote:Ok if it is so reprehensible and regressive, I have a suggestion. SA should accept 5 lakh telangana families in the new SA capitol. Including govt jobs. Is SA ready for this? Will they be ok if telangana vadis also view SA as a fertile ground for colonizing?


Devesh-ji,
Sorry, but I don't even understand this `accepting families' stuff. Are we talking international boundaries here? There are easily 5 lakh Telugu families, most of them from Rayalseema (my great aunt is one - a Tamizh-Telugu half blood, born and brought up in Chittor, but settled in Bangalore) in Bangalore district itself. A decent proportion of Telugus have government jobs, particularly at the lower and middle levels. Does this mean `Karnataka is accepting' Telugu folks, as if they are from some alien country, and we should haggle over quotas of how many aliens we accept? Let us take it a step further - is Telangana going to raise an Andhra Border Security Force, deployed along the Krishna, and the Khammam border, to ensure that Andhra folks don't sneak into Telangana in the dead of the night? Are the Telangana folks going to build watch towers, arc lights and machine gun posts along the border to dissuade those SeemaAndhra-ites from sneaking into Telangana paradise? Indian citizens have every right to settle where they want in the country. I thought that was part of the constitution. Tell you what - if KCR type idiots continue in Telangana for another 10 years, it will be Telangana folks who will be fleeing the Razakar rule of Hyderabad to the safety of Andhra, and Karnataka.


+ 101. well put, Nageshks.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby satishR » 24 May 2014 00:59

Devesh,

If by accepting you mean pay for the expense for transport and providing free accommodation to to 5 lac people, it is not going to happen to anyone, forget about people from Telangana. But thoe 5 lac people from Telangana are welcome to come and settle in AP and none is going to be against that. Every Indian has the right to live anywhere in India he or she chooses.

Excuse me if I am wrong, but your statement presupposes that Hyderabad was built with money and labour from Telangana and all people from Seemandhra are freeloaders.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby Dasari » 24 May 2014 01:31

devesh wrote:Ok if it is so reprehensible and regressive, I have a suggestion. SA should accept 5 lakh telangana families in the new SA capitol. Including govt jobs. Is SA ready for this? Will they be ok if telangana vadis also view SA as a fertile ground for colonizing?

What is reprehensible and regressive is government forcing people out of their jobs and houses? SA people cannot be another Kashmiri pundits. If I'm of from Vizag (meaning my class V to X schooling is done in Vizag) but took a job in AP secretariat and lived in Hyderabad for the last 20 years, nobody has right to displace me to some far away capital city (even if Vizag city is the new capital) created for the convenience of politicians. As an Indian, it is my prerogative for me and my family to live in Hyderabad and have same rights of employment in the govt. job that I'm employed. If T govt hates me, they can give me voluntary retirement package as per the labor laws of govt employment. But I'm not going anywhere.
(I created this hypothetical scenario as this is the only way people like Devesh understands. T is not Pakistan and I'm pretty sure how Indian courts will rule. )

What is really happening is that having lost the elections in Hyderabad area, KCR has decided to go after them. This attitude along with his move to join hands with MIM is part of the bigger plan of conquering Hyderabad area.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby vivek.rao » 24 May 2014 02:32

Modiji is talking about Bullet trains.

Sheela Bhatt ‏@sheela2010 3h
On Modi's advise the team from rail ministry ,already, abroad to study the bullet train.


The idea of this to connect nook and corner of India. The bigger idea is to connect NE,J&K and make people quickly go to different places and integrate India in a way we have never integrated.

Here we are sitting and discussing settlers,colonizers and kick out Andhras... strange ...

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby ramana » 24 May 2014 03:47

Joseph De Maistre wrote in 1811s "Toute nation a le gouvernement qu'elle mérite."

We all said KCR was bad news for Telanagana and so was Chiken Reddy.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby Rony » 24 May 2014 04:11

Dasari wrote:What is really happening is that having lost the elections in Hyderabad area, KCR has decided to go after them. This attitude along with his move to join hands with MIM is part of the bigger plan of conquering Hyderabad area.


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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby Rajagopal » 24 May 2014 04:42

vivek.rao wrote:Modiji is talking about Bullet trains.

Here we are sitting and discussing settlers,colonizers and kick out Andhras... strange ...


1) As reprehensible as it sounds, i am hoping that KCR "pushes things over the edge" just so that the hardcore Telanganites see the real face of KCR and the Telengana movement.

2) TV9 showed Ashok babu, president of APNGO, talking about taking this issue to supreme court. There is no way the law will side with KCR in this matter.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby ramana » 24 May 2014 05:58

I think many of those who supported KCR will see the reality and opt for him to change his behavior. He is in a Jinnahesque mode.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby ShyamSP » 24 May 2014 06:26

Rajagopal wrote:
vivek.rao wrote:Modiji is talking about Bullet trains.

Here we are sitting and discussing settlers,colonizers and kick out Andhras... strange ...


1) As reprehensible as it sounds, i am hoping that KCR "pushes things over the edge" just so that the hardcore Telanganites see the real face of KCR and the Telengana movement.

2) TV9 showed Ashok babu, president of APNGO, talking about taking this issue to supreme court. There is no way the law will side with KCR in this matter.


State separation bill has guarantees. If TRS and employees don't honor the the bill, whole separation bill can be said to be questionable.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby Kakkaji » 24 May 2014 06:32

I am with Muppallaji on this one.

When a state is divided, the State Govt employees will have to be divided proportionately. This means all the current AP state govt employees have to be divided between SA and TG in the ratio of 25:17. This would mean that several current AP state govt employees will have to be moved from Hyderabad to the new SA capital. But it should be done in a humane way and not by issuing threats or gundagardi.

The mature way to do it would be for CBN and KCR to sit down together with a list of current state employees and divide them proportionately. Give the employees who have to move enough time to organize accommodation, school admission etc in their new location.

The central govt. employees in HYD cannot be moved based upon origin. Only the GOI can move them wherever and whenever it wants to.

Of course no private citizen in HYD, from anywhere in India, should be forced to move. If KCR/ MIM try to do that, there should be a swift imposition of President's rule in TG, and both KCR and Owaisi should be hauled off to the cellular jail in Andamans.

The first order of priority for the incoming GOI is to fire the curent AP governor, and replace him him a stern but fair administrator.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby Muppalla » 24 May 2014 06:34

Rajagopal wrote:1) As reprehensible as it sounds, i am hoping that KCR "pushes things over the edge" just so that the hardcore Telanganites see the real face of KCR and the Telengana movement.


This is exactly what I want too.

Over several years a sustained and constructed feeling of Andhras have looted Telangana and Andhras are this and that has been built. Cooked up histories to prove that they are genetically/culturally/planetary wise different from neighbors who are stone throw away was also cooked in folklore. In reality even if we assume that Andhras are culpable, the woes of Telangana on a scale of 1 to 100, the Andhras culpability is about 10. Rest of 90 is put under the carpet and this 10 is shown with magnifying glasses. Even this 10 are lies all lies and several statistics (called as fake numbers) are given. This whole thing is nicely called as Telangana-sentiment.

To pump-up this movement, the following are broadly promised by TRS:
(1) Throw out Andhras (government employees) and give them to Telanganites. The numbers used are lakhs and lakhs and lakhs :)
(2) Throw out Andhra businesses (looters) - To create the fiefdom to itself
(3) Stop water and provide a free flowing agriculture

Most of Telangana lives in pre-1980s economic mindset. Job == Government job. Private investments, private sector, hire and fire etc., are very few that believe in this stuff. That is why communists and naxals thrive too. The reality is now TRS has to deliver the promises to keep justification to the classic "Telangana-sentiment".

The (1) above creates a positive environment. Once the TG state with TG hierarchy gets created, a lot of folks will get promotions and that will keep TRS as main party for a long time. Also, by creating new jobs inside government a few here and there will also give a positive fillip. This will just create a bad governance with big government employees section for a small state. Modernization will not be allowed.

The (2) above is basically for the TRS cadre and future sustainment. The real estate has to be taken back from Andhra entrepreneurs. The lands owned by Andhras have to be grabbed in GHMC area and should create a ownership. The construction can be anyone and who lives there and uses them can be anyone. But the real estate business has to be grabbed. This is where the wars will happen in GHMC areas. The only goons that can fight with the real estate honchos are not TRS folks. Throwing stones on buses is different from this fight. They need true henchmen with snipers and shooters and that is where MIM collaboration comes into picture. Politically Muslims will be part of the vote block of future.

The (3) is impossible as it needs huge investments without returns and the central government will not fund that much.

While doing (2), the pressure will come in the form of investments coming down. That is an atmosphere of rouge state like erstwhile Bihar etc. Revenues will go down and cannot do (1) as well. The worst nightmare is there is now a competing neighbor in the form of AP who has a CM of reputation to bring large investments.

In summary these promises cannot be kept by trying nativity card. This is 21st century and the states that has good governance and competitive investment culture will grow else will fail. If you do what you promised the state will fail (Mamta's Bengal) and if you don't and do like erstwhile AP or Gujarat or a Maharashtra, the Telangana-sentiment will fall through as you again see several non-Telanganites doing investments, businesses and taking jobs etc.

TRS losing the elections will keep this T-sentiment live forever and no one will believe that is an impossibility. That is why even if it may be painful in the short run for some sections (not a lot of commoners like those who go to IT sector jobs or private sector jobs will get affected), it is better to sustain the pain and show to those T-sentimenters what a fallacy is this. There is a chance to close this T-sentiment forever. At least because of two states, there is political rehabilitation of T politicos and can give some good in future.

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Postby SriKumar » 24 May 2014 06:58

Muppalla wrote: TRS losing the elections will keep this T-sentiment live forever and no one will believe that is an impossibility. That is why even if it may be painful in the short run for some sections (not a lot of commoners like those who go to IT sector jobs or private sector jobs will get affected), it is better to sustain the pain and show to those T-sentimenters what a fallacy is this. There is a chance to close this T-sentiment forever. At least because of two states, there is political rehabilitation of T politicos and can give some good in future.
The reasoning is solid, and logical. But there is a difference between people leaving on their own will (for their own reasons) and people being politely incentivized to leave by others in the region.
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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby ShyamSP » 24 May 2014 07:03

Narayana Rao wrote:Not quite correct. There is a huge Jagan criminal gang push for Assembly which has not spent money or concentrated on local elections. We are simply underestimating this criminal gang power and reach. The stakes are simply too high and allowing Jagan to win means losing 6 and half people to EJ rule forever.


Losers are licking their wounds. If CBN goes hard on Jagan he can make them run away from YCP.

In this elections, candidates also funded themselves while YCP funding some portions. Next YCP will have to fund more to attract winnable candidates.

Reddys are screwed this time for being enthu in dividing AP in Telangana and supporting jagan in Seemandhra. YCP behaved like castiest party in Rayalaseema for which other castes are very angry. This wasn't clear before elections. If they realized before YCP would have performed even poorly.

One good thing is in Seemandhta Congress is out of mind of voters completely which even NTR couldn't do.

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Postby pradeepe » 24 May 2014 14:52

I am thinking I should go colonize Bengaluru next..yee haw! --Spiffy the inter-state wanderer

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Postby arunsrinivasan » 25 May 2014 17:42

News in Indian express that Nandyal MP is joining TDP, & some more MP's are also thinking of joining TDP.

Edit: YSR Congress party Nandyal MP has joined, & the Kurnool MP's husband has joined TDP.

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Postby Rony » 25 May 2014 21:20

13-year-old Malavath Purna becomes youngest woman to scale Everest

In a historic feat for Indian mountaineering, 13-year-old Malavath Purna today became the youngest female climber to scale the Mount Everest.

Purna was accompanied by Sadhanapalli Anand Kumar (16), a Class IX student from the Khammam district of Andhra Pradesh, and completed the feat this morning.

Anand and Purna are both students of Andhra Pradesh Social Welfare Educational Society.

“They climbed Everest at 6 am today after a 52-day long expedition,” he said.

“Purna created a record by becoming by youngest girl to climb the Everest,” he said.

The duo were selected among about 150 children who were initially chosen for adventure sports as part of the society’s initiative to promote excellence in the students of the society, he said.

Twenty of them were sent to a prestigious mountaineering Institute in Darjeeling for training and nine among them weresent on expedition to Indo-China border earlier.

The two students with a higher degree of toughness and endurance were sent to the Everest Expedition in April, he said.
The two students were now returning to the base camp, the official added.

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby Vamsi.R » 26 May 2014 15:44

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZBJ__unAgk[/youtube]

Erramnaidu's Son sharing his views on modi's cabinet.seems a pretty decent chap..has good future

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Re: Telugu States' News and Discussion

Postby devesh » 26 May 2014 18:39

so, KCR proved himself to be an abject moron. how exactly does he intend to develop Telangana when he doesn't even visit the swearing in of Modi. any prudent minister of a new state would not commit such oversight. I think it's more of his Velama arrogance and pride.

Naidu must be happy right now.


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