"A few words here and a few words there in the statement were picked which resulted in trouble," he said.
He dismissed fears that Committee will suffer the the same fate like that of the other panels consituted for taking care of the Telangana issue.
"There is no need to doubt the committee as each panel has a specific purpose. What made Lord Vishnu to come down to earth in 10 avatars, not nine? Every avatar has its own purpose," he quipped.
Echoing his word, committee-member secretary VK Duggal said that the Committee would take all proper steps to come up with a solution on the issue.
On stakeholders apprehension about the Committee being misguided by erroneous facts, Duggal said the Committee was looking into the possibility to post all possible technical information on a website for public scrutiny.
The interaction between the commission and the stakeholder will take place from Apr 2010.
Discussions on the Telangana issue will be held on both Lake View Guest House and Jubilee Hall. While discussion with the smaller groups will be held in the former venue, the discussion with the larger groups will be held in Jubilee Hall.
The Committee was earlier briefed by Chief Minister K Rosaiah and Chief Secretary SV Prasad about the arrangements for their visits to the State along with staff, accommodation and data supply.
They also visited the Jubilee Hall and MCRHRD Institute before leaving for Delhi.
The Commitee stayed at the Lake View Guest House as they refused to have a permanent office in Hyderabad, citing undue pressure on their work.