Srikrishna Report: Telangana a distant dream?

New Delhi, Jan 5: UPA govt has called its all-party MPs meeting from the region to Delhi for talks, on Wednesday, Jan 5, ahead of the release of Srikrishna committee reports. Home Minister P Chidambaram on Dec 31, 2010 received two volume report over the Telangana issue from Srikrishna committee. Chidambaram said the report will be made public on Jan 6, 2011.

The Congress has called this meeting to urge party MPs to exercise restraint on the issue of a separate State and not do anything that would put United Progressive Alliance (UPA) govt in trouble.

It is said that committee has supported for United Andhra Pradesh in report. The committee has suggested six options that apparently meet the demand of those, who are demanding for ramification of Andhra Pradesh. The committee said that in the interest of the stable development in the future, a United Andhra Pradesh is required.

Sourses said that committee carried a detailed examination of socio-economic difference in all the regions of the state. And the examination led the committee to conclude that it is immaterial to consider only Telangana districts as backward.

However, Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) members have already announced publicly that they would boycott the meeting called by Chidambaram on Thursday, Jan 6, to release the Srikrishna report.

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