Rony wrote:RamaY garu, you know, I know, everyone knows that in practise this was intended only for Andhras. As you said in other post, they are concerned only about Andhras, not north Indians, not Muslims, not British, not xyz. Besides if 1956 is considered as cutoff year, what about people who are born in Telangana but whose parents migrated after 1956 ? These children are not locals of AP. Now with this twisted logic, they will be considered as not local in TN. There will be not here nor there. What will they do ? And we are talking about poor children (not middle class, not rich folks) who depend on the govt fee reimbursement. I won't even bother replying about identifying Andhras by their faces etc.
Thats a very valid point. Let AP Govt say they cannot consider people who are born after 1956 in TG region as AP residents. Then we can see what TG govt does.
There is no option but going with a honest, reasonable approach in this scenario. I think GoTG is setting the bars as it seems fit. Let the other side (whoever they are) present alternative solutions.
The issue with AP representatives is they never handled the T-movement in a constructive manner. They simply tried to ignore the issue, which appeared/projected as rude/head-strong to T-people.
Hope the >1956 born T-residents do a better job now.