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Srikrishna Committee will be to the ‘satisfaction of all’ : Jayanthi Natarajan ఫిబ్రవరి 5, 2010

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Srikrishna heads panel on Telangana

Committee to consult all AP parties * Govt skips announcing time frame * BJP calls it a delaying tactic * TRS answer after terms of reference

Vibha Sharma

Tribune News Service, New Delhi, February 3, 2010

Almost two months after Home Minister P Chidambaram made the midnight announcement on the formation of a separate Telangana state that virtually led to chaos in Andhra Pradesh, the government today constituted a five-member expert committee headed by former Supreme Court Judge B N Srikrishna on the contentious Telangana issue.

The Home Ministry said the committee would hold wide-ranging consultations with all sections of people and different political parties and groups in Andhra Pradesh. Though officially no time frame was announced, sources said the panel had been given three years.
The other members of the committee are Ranbir Singh, Vice- Chancellor, National Law University, Delhi; Abusaleh Shariff, Senior Research Fellow, International Food Policy Research Institute, Delhi; Ravinder Kaur, Professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT, Delhi; and Vinod K Duggal, former Home Secretary, who will also function as its Member Secretary.

Being extremely cautious on the issue that had all parties, including the Congress, divided, the government as of now has neither specified the terms of reference nor the time frame of the committee in the carefully-drafted statement, thereby giving an opportunity to the BJP to reject the newly-formed group “lock, stock and barrel”.

The official statement on the formation of the committee also made no mention of the word Telangana. The ministry said terms and references were being drafted and would be finalised in consultation with the chairman of the committee and announced shortly. However, the BJP called it a delaying tactic and futile exercise as no time frame or terms of reference had been spelt out for the committee. The party also termed as “irrelevant” the appointment of former Supreme Court Judge B N Srikrishna as head of the committee in a matter that was purely political. BJP spokesman Prakash Javedekar said: “Bifurcation of Andhra and creation of two separate states — Telangana and Andhra — is essentially a political issue, which requires firm political decision and action by the Central government. Instead of deciding the time frame to carve out the two states, the government has abdicated its constitutional obligation by shifting its responsibility on the shoulder of the committee.”

Defending the government, Congress spokesperson Jayanthi Natarajan said the announcement made today was part of the setting into motion the process. “I’m extremely sure that in this sensitive matter, a decision will be taken to the satisfaction of all,” she said.

Political observers feel this “buying time tactic” will give ample manoeuvrability to the government, which had came under fire from all sides for making a hasty announcement on the formation of Telangana, which it had to later retract following protests from the anti-Telangana lobby.

The Telangana Rashtra Samiti, which has been spearheading the separate statehood movement, has said it would wait for the terms of reference of the committee before giving its views on it. “We are waiting for terms of reference of the committee to know if it is in furtherance to the December 9 statement made by Home Minister P Chidambaram. Then we can look forward to it. If it is a step back to explore whether to give Telangana or not then we will not be happy with it. We are demanding a committee for the formation of Telangana within a time frame,” K T Rama Rao, TRS MLA and party president K Chandrashekhar Rao’s son told agencies in Hyderabad.

Chidambaram in the meeting with political parties from Andhra Pradesh on January 5 had said that the agenda of the committee would be to “deliberate on the mechanism and lay down a road map for consultations” on the Telangana issue. The meeting followed the Home Minister’s statement on December 23, last year, when the government had put on the back burner the formation of the separate state for which it had on December 9 promised to initiate the formation process.

Source: http://www.tribuneindia.com/2010/20100204/main3.htm

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1. aneesh reddy - ఫిబ్రవరి 7, 2010

108 Facts about Telangana – need and justification

1) Catchment area of Krishna Basin
Rayalaseema 18%
Andhra 13%
Telangana 69%

Allocation of Krishna water as per tribunal recommendation=
Rayalaseema 16%
Andhra 49%
Telangana 35%

Actual utilization
Rayalaseema 13%
Andhra 87%
Telangana less than 1%

2) Godavari river catchment area
Telangana 79% (1170 TMC)
Andhra 21% (310 TMC)

Utilization of Godavari waters
Andhra 23% (320 TMC i.e. 110% of allotted)
Telangana 9.6 % (143 TMC)
405 TMC is being diverted to Andhra via Polavaram project

3) Total loss of water share of Telangana merging with Andhra is 1125 TMC.With estimation of 1 TMC to serve 10,000 acres, total cultivation land Telangana lost is 11, 25,000 acres.

4) There are 10 districts in Telangana, 9 in Andhra, 4 in Rayalaseema. Out of these 7 districts in Telangana, 3 in Andhra and 1 in Rayalaseema are considered severely backward districts which means 70% of districts in Telangana are backward while in Andhra – 35% and in Rayalaseema – 25%

5) 65% of Industries in Telangana are owned by Andhra.One Telangana person (close relative of Sri Jaipal Reddy) tried to start industry in west Godavari, he was harassed and tormented so much that he gave it up half way through.

6) All Telangana region CM’s combined tenure is hardly 6 years.

7) From past 50 years AP got nearly 40 major projects in which 37 went to Seemandhra region

8) Telangana side:
– SLBC (30 TMC) not taken up
– SLBC beyond Musi river (20 TMC) not taken up
– RDS extension (10 TMC) not taken up
– LIS to high level areas in Mahabubnagar not taken up
– Bheema LIS 20 TMC under construction for many years

Seemandhra side:
– Telugu Ganga project (29 TMC) completed
– SRBC (19 TMC) completed
– KC canal extension completed (10 TMC)
– Upland areas Brahmamgari matham reservoir (10 TMC) completed
– SRBC beyond Gorakallu (20TMC) under construction
– Puchintala evaporation losses (5 TMC) under construction
– Veligonda not recommended project (40 TMC) almost completed
– Handrineeva sujala sarvanthi not recommended (38 TMC) almost completed
– Galerunagari sujala sravanthi not recommended (38 TMC) is under construction

9) Pothireddypadu regulator was originally created for drinking water to Chennai with 5 TMC. Gradually 5 projects were ‘piggy backed’ & augmented to canal. In the name of Chennai drinking water, Rayalaseema leaders wanted to take away the entire waters of Srisailam reservoir.

10) Veligonda project is being constructed on war footing basis. This will drain 60 TMC of water from Srisailam. This project is not allotted (water share by tribunal) and do not have clearance till now.

11) Handrineeva Srujana Sravanthi, not allotted not cleared project is going on war footing now. It will run through chittoor via Anantapur.

12) SLBC – Srisailam Left Bank Canal, despite of all recommendations, Clearances and permissions never started. This would have provided 30 TMC for 3 Lakh acres in Nalgonda district.

13) Manuguru thermal power station proposed by Central govt due to proximity of coal mines was lobbied to be shifted to Vijayawada, transporting coal from telangana (singareni). This led to shortage of power due to pump set usage by Telangana farmers.

14) Ramagundam super thermal power station (2500 MW) transferred to NTPC,crippling power ownership of state by which we get only 27% of power produced and rest is pooled in national grid.

15) Dummugudem Hydal power station never even started construction – this remained a promise on paper.

16) Icchampalli power (975 MW) project never started.

17) Power regulatory mechanisms – 220 KV, 132 KV, 32 KV substations and lines never realized in Telangana region.

18) If Mumbai is not a free-zone, Delhi is not a freezone, Kolkatta is not a free zone, Chennai is not a free zone, Pune is not a freezone … why should Hyderabad be a freezone ? Andhra enthusiasts hailing Hydrabad being a free zone, were demanding entire Telangana should be freezone.

19) Telangana covers 41.7% area, Seemandhra 58.3% area. Telangana has 40.5% population , Seemandhra 59.5%. Telangana revenue is 53% to the state exchequer.

20) 1953 Andhra Pradesh the area irrigated under TANKS in the Telangana 11 lakh acres. Now it is hardly 6.5 lakh acres.

21) Andhra 9 districts – funds spent on education – Rs 1308.56 Crores Rayalaseema 4 dist – funds spent on education – Rs 382.87 Crores Telangana 10 districts – funds spent on education – Rs 163.39 Crores

22) Literacy – Andhra (9 districts) 42%, Rayalaseema (4 districts) 38%,
Telangana (10 districts) 30%

23) Andhra 9 districts – schools 26,800 Rayalaseema 4 dist – schools 13,000 Telangana 10 dist – 17,954

24) Hospitals Andhra (9 dist) 666, Rayalaseema (4 dist) 303, Telangana (10 dist) 270

25) Total Govt employees – Seemandhra (13 districts) 9 lakhs, Telangana (10 dist) 3 lakhs

26) IAS/IPS/IFS officers (civil services) – Andhra (9 dist) 225, Rayalaseema (4 dist) 50, Telangana (10 dist) 60

27) Industries (small/medium/large) – Andhra (9 dist) 6,100, Rayalaseema (4 dist) 773, Telangana (10 dist) 1250

28) Power Utilization Andhra (9 dist) 54% – Rayalaseema (4 dist) 23% – Telangana (10 dist) 23%

29) Nagarjuna sagar project – Andhra submerged land = 0, cultilavation land 20 lakh acres. Telangana submerged land = 100%, cultivation land 4.5 lakh acres

30) Polavaram project is submerging 250 small villages in Telangana, displacing 5 lakh tribal’s are going to provide lakhs of acres cultivation land to Andhra.

31) Grant-in-aid Private Degree colleges Andhra (9 dist) – 96, Rayalaseema (4 dist) – 32, Telangana (10 dist) – 30

32) There are more than 130 posts of heads of departments. Out of them only 7 or 8 are held by the officers belonging to the Telangana region.

33) Sales Tax collection (2001- 2002) – Andhra 21%, Rayalaseema 5%, Telangana 74%

34) Excise Collections (2001-2002) – Andhra 24%, Rayalaseema 10%, Telangana 66%

35) APPSC – Andhra Pradesh public service commission board members so
far, 8 from Andhra, 6 from Rayalaseema, 2 from Telangana.

36) Telanganites constitutes 23% in all industries in Telangana area, 0% in Andhra, Rayalaseema area

37) All housing board colonies in capital city – 93% people are from Seemandhra.

38) Govt Libraries – Andhra (9 districts) 630, Rayalaseema (4 dist) 243,Telangana (10 dist) 450.

39) In 70’s – Jublee hills lands were purchased at Rs 105 per acre. Total acres 1400. All Telanganites living in that area were thrown out, jublee hills housing society did not have a single Telanganite.

40) Panchayat Raj divisions – Andhra (9 dist) 883, Rayalaseema (4 dist) 342,Telangana (10 dist) 295.

41) Most backward district in AP is Mahabubnagar, was granted 4% white ration cards. Most developed dist in AP is West Godavari dist was given 7% white ration cards.

42) 100% power of Vizag thermal (simhadri) is being used for Andhra only, but 27% power of Ramagundam is being used for A.P.

43) 82% of farmers are depending on private loans in Telangana

44) If development was the justification for keeping an alien ruler in place, India should have never been free from British rule !

45) There was no single drop of water in Palanadu 350yrs ago, it was like a desert. Now, entire Telangana canal irrigation land is less than Guntur dist alone.

46) Rs 60 crores of surplus budget was the pride of Telangana in 1948. When Andhra state was formed – it had only 1 Crore in hand given by Madras govt, and Shri Raj Gopalachari said ‘Get lost from here’.

47) Dr.B.R.Ambedkar suggested Hyderabad second capitol of India. He said
Hyderabad is better than Delhi.

48) Government buys sugar cane from farmers (per quintal) in Andhra – Rs 1200, Telangana –Rs 890 Andhra lands are canal cultivated – Telangana depend on bore wells.

49) Andhrites converted Telangana -WAKF lands in to revenue lands in the era of real-estate boom, Lanco is main culprit in this, remember Muslim brothers shouted ‘go back’ at Lagadapati ?

50) 150 forts are about to ruin in the Telangana which were built by various dynasties. They are symbols of great cultural heritage.

51) Hyd Central University is filled with Andhraits – every Central University in India has 60% reserved for local region. Except HCU.

52) Pranahita project, there is no staff, no sufficient funding, don’t even have proper office, but Andhra ruler says project will be completed 4yrs

53) There are never any difficulties in construction of irrigation projects in Andhra. But why irregularities, corruption, delays in Telangana projects?

54) Mahabubnagar 35lakhs population, migration 14 lakhs, 350km of Krishna stretch, there is no drinking water or irrigation water.

55) How many JNTU colleges should be there in 10 dist of Telangana, if 2 are in 4 districts of Rayalaseema ?

56) AP dairy buys milk from farmers from Andhra Rs 24.30, Telangana Rs 22.30

57) 450 tribal villages, millions of tons of limestone, rich minerals, lot of natural biodiversity…are going to submerge if Polavaram project is built

58) Telangana is bigger than 24 states. Total official countries in the world are 194. Telangana will be bigger than 160 countries.

59) Seemandhra revenue 38.5% – Expenditure 49%, Telangana revenue 61.5% Expenditure 51%

60) Jallianwala bagh, General Dyer, 1919 yr – 379 shot dead. Telangana, Kasu Brahmananda Reddy, 1969 – 370 students shot dead.

61) WHO declared Nalgonda dist affected with fluorisis so much that it is moving towards No Man Zone.

62) While merging with Andhra leaders agreed to continue Mulki rules in Telangana. As per this 100% employees in Telangana should be from Telangana only.

63) Nizam formulated mulki rules in 1919, a person to get job in they must be Telangana from 15yrs,but now Andhra rulers reduced the period to 4yrs.

64) Seemandhrites got 28000 jobs in Telangana by getting bogus mulki certificates between 1956-1968. Between 1975 to 1985 again 58000 by violating presidential order.

65) In 1969 students/employees agitated against 28000 jobs by Andhra. Andhra rulers killed 370 students.

66) In 1972, Andhra rulers managed to cancel supreme court judgment by parliament, then 6 point formula was introduced for jobs. As per this formula Telangana split into zone 5, zone 6.

67) As per presidential order Telangana people should get reservation 80% dist posts,70% zonal posts, 60% Gazetted posts. Remaining 20%,30%,40% shall be open to other regions – what’s happening now ?

68) In 1985, 610 GO for transfer of 58000 employs from Telangana, but this GO is never implemented. That too 610 GO is restricted to 102 departments only, out of 250 govt departments.

69) In 2001, Chandra Babu Naidu (CM) appointed Girglani Commission which submitted report in 2004, that 2 lakh Seemandhra employs are working in Telangana.

70) Only 23% Singareni coal is used in Telangana. Remaining 77% is being drained out to other places.

71) Per Capita Funds allocation to Student in universities.
SV University – Rs. 37500, Andhra University – Rs 35500
SK University – Rs 25000, Nagarjuna University – Rs 22700
OU – Rs 17400, K.U – Rs 14000

72) Cultivation land (Lakh Acres) Before 1956, Andhra 30.65, Telangana 18.20 In 2004, Andhra 69.27, Telangana 18.00

73) Andhrites love for Hyd is like Pakistan’s love for Kashmir. They are ready to go to any extent to capture it.

74) Kothagudem thermal power station sabotaged on purpose to obtain repair contracts to Andhra contractors in 1978, this is confirmed in single man commission (Sundar Ramaiah commission – 1979)

75) All APSEB scams occurred so far at high level in board are targeted towards Telangana power supply and distribution, never to Andhra or Rayalaseema region. Higher officials found guilty by Vimal Lal commission, the recommendation were never implemented.

76) Technically it is possible to develop water grid to benefit Telangana, Rayalaseema and Andhra regions – it would match in comparison with Mississippi river water system (USA), Three Gorges river system (China),Nile river (Aswan dam) Africa and Rhine river system Europe. Similar models were conceived by intellectuals but are trashed by Andhra rulers and pseudo intellectuals because they will benefit Telangana.

77) 1969 – after Jai Telangana movement ‘All Party Accord’ was formulated, scrapped within 6 months. Than 8-point formula, 5-point formula were announced. then supreme court upheld Mulki rules. Andhra elites could not digest it, launched Jai Andhra movement. Central govt yielded as usual to elites tactics, then 6-point formula. Even this is being violated royally many times, robbing Telangana its rightfulness.

78) Nagarjuna Sagar initially meant to benefit Andhra and Telangana. Later on it is modified in such a way that 75% of the benefit is accruing to Andhra reducing the share of Telangana region to just 25%. Andhra settlers own 50% of these 25% utilization lands.

79) Singur project was originally designed to meet primarily the irrigation needs of Medak and Nizamabad districts. But it is now solely used for meeting the requirements of capital city.

80) Jurala Project which is the first project on river Krishna meant for Telangana,
is the smallest of all the projects built on this river. The Bachawat Tribunal allocated just 17.5 TMC ft. water for this project, and the state government reduced its storage capacity to 60% ft. But the actual utilization so far has not been more than 10%

81) Rajolibanda Diversion Scheme, was to irrigate 87500 acres in Mahabubnagar. The Bachawat Tribunal also allocated 15.90 TMC ft. of water for this project. This water has to pass through a canal in Raichur district of Karnataka State. After the formation of Andhra Pradesh landlords of Rayalaseema blasted the gates with bombs and diverted water to their land. Since then Govt never even tried to reconstruct the gates.

82) Devadula Project, provides water for 5 lakh acres, was promised to be finished in 5 yrs in 2001, yet to begin work. The funniest fact is, Sriram sagar is yet to be completed for last 40 yrs which provides water for just 4 lakh acres. Telangana people are supposed to believe the promise.

83) Two major projects proposed on river Godavari are Ichampally and Polavaram. Ichampally is meant for Telangana and Polavaram for Andhra.The irrigation potential of Polavaram Project would be 6 to 7 times more than the irrigation potential of Ichampally. Ichampally is going to be primarily a power project not a irrigation project !

84) Andhra lands are irrigated by canal irrigation i.e. with tax payer’s money. Andhra farmer pays Rs 200 – 300 per annum as water charges. Telangana lands are irrigated by bore wells, entire cost is on the farmer . Digging, power, bore well, motor, pipes. He struggles with fluctuations in power supplies with irregularities and pathetic power distribution pattern in Telangana.

85) Technological University was actually started in Warangal but was shifted to Hyderabad, Open University was originally Nalgonda district but was later shifted Hyd. The same state level universities University of Health Sciences, Mahila University and the University of Dravidian Languages were allowed to stay in Seemandhra – not moved to Capital city.

86) Twelve milk chilling plants established by the erstwhile Telangana Regional Committee in different parts of Telangana have been abruptly closed down showing lack of funds as a reason.

87) Ramagundam is in heart of coal belt … Fertilizer plant is closed showing areason as poor quality of coal. NTPC is running with same coal, VTPS is running with same coal. Subsequently, Fertilizer plants are started in Nellore and Andhra.

88) Based on the proportionality at least 40% of jobs, i.e. 6 lakhs, should have gone to Telangana. But the total number of jobs now occupied by them is less than 3 lakhs.

89) 1972, PV Narasimha Rao made an attempt to implement the verdict of Supreme Court validating the Mulki Rules. The verdict was in favor of Telangana. Seemandhra gave outrageous reaction, he lost his Chief Ministership.

91) Daily wage workers working in industries – from Andhra (9 districts) 3.16 lakhs, from Rayalaseema (4 districts)– 0.7 lakhs, Telangana (10 district) 0.81 lakhs.

92) Andhra controlled media never highlighted migration of 15 lakh people out of 24lakh population from Mahabubnagar due to draught conditions. T. Anjaiah CM of AP from Telangana region was presented as a buffoon in dailies and cartoons.

93) At the time of merger Andhra leaders persuaded Telangana leaders by offering many safeguards against exploitation. They also passed a Unanimous Resolution’ in November 1955 in Andhra Assembly in support of safeguards and subsequently they put these safeguards in an Agreement on 20th February. 1956 which is known as “Gentlemen’s Agreement”. All are trashed soon after the agreement is signed.

94) Proportional representation says Telangana should get 42% jobs in the Secretariat, but only 9% are working now. How can a people representative, MLA, MLC can get a work done if 91% do not help ?

95) Metro Rail project is being designed dilapidating 5000 shops, 2500 houses,147 schools, 120 hospitals, 60 Temples/Masjid/Churches. Historical monuments will disappear. All shops and complexes throughout Metro rail route are with Seemandhra thugs.

96) 1947 India got Independence. 1948 Indian Army did police action to dethrone Nizam. Hyd state existed from 1949 to 1956. Telangana merged with Andhra against its wishes in1956. Telangana has nothing to do with Potti Sriramulu.

97) Telangana Sayudha Poratam, (Telangana armed struggle) was against Nizam facist rule, 4000 people died – inspired all subsequent land movements in West Bengal, Kerala and Tripura and paved way for formation of Communist governments in those States. This is never acknowledged by Seemandhra rulers so far.

98) Despite 69% Krishna, 79% Godavari flows through Telangana, irrigation cost is Rs.1500/acre. 13% of Krishna, 21% Godavari flows through Andhra irrigation cost is Rs.150/acre.

99) Per capita income of Madhya Pradesh: Rs 18,051. Chattisgarh formed in 2000. Per capita income of Chhattisgarh in 2008-09 – Rs. 29,621. Recently formed smaller states are catching up with Haryana is 71%, Himachal is 81% and Uttarakhand is 75% – now Jharkhand 58%, Chhattisgarh 63%. Also, Infant mortality UP 67%, Uttarakhand 44%.

100) year 2008 Targeted growth rate & achieved: bigger states: MP 7% – 4.3%; UP 7.6% – 4.6%; Bihar 6.2% 4.7% smaller states: Chhattisgarh 6.1% – 9.2%; Jharkhand 6.9% – 11.1% Uttaranchal 6.8% – 8.8%

101) Since 1956 to date, the additional irrigation potential created in Telangana is only 5%

102) There are 10,000+ Industrial units in Telangana, 1200 are owned by Telanganites, 6500 are owned by Seemandhra, rest are by outsiders.

103) Proportionally Telangana should be given about 43% in budget allocation, Since 1953, it never exceeded 30%. Yet Telangana contributes 42% of revenue to the state exchequer.

104) Nizamsagar was built in 1931 to serve Nizamabad and Medak about 2.7 lakh acres of land. It was neglected for maintenance and improvements, now satellite images prove that all its 83 tributaries, 243 distributaries have been silted up and eroded. World bank sanctioned 30 crores for the project, which was never spent. The project now going to be almost useless.

105) In Andhra region every year two crops are cultivated because of water availability, in Telangana a single crop will be cultivated with great difficulty.

106) Technical institutions wise, 26 are in Telangana, 54 are in Andhra. 20 polytechnics in Telangana, 70 in Andhra. 2 Medical colleges in Telangana, 6 in Andhra.

107) British build Railways, Administrative Services, Post and Telegraph, installed democratic institutions, judiciary, rule of law, and built the cities of Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai, and New Delhi. British did not claim any of these when they had to leave India. Seemandhra are making big hue and cry clamoring for Hyderabad claiming they have built the city. In 400 yrs of Hyderabad history, how many years did they contribute the ‘development’ ?

108) Hyderabad – demographic expansion can never be considered as a development. It’s natural growth. It is like a girl who is 10 yrs now will attain 15yrs of age after 5 yrs – can we call it development ? Also, its not just Hyd which is developed … all big/medium cities in India are in development path.

2. Andhra Common Man - మార్చి 11, 2010

You say less is spent on Telangana universities, per student.
But you never say about the prestigious insittutes like ISB, HCU, NIT setup in Telangana ?

This itself is a simple example of telling how much this is a FALSE report. Which TRS leader gave you this ?

You say, telangana is a poor region, but you show huge income/tax/earnings in this region ? Do you understand how it is posisble ? It is because of Hyderabad, where people from all regions have setup their facilities here and paying taxes.

Come out of the darkness created by the separatist leaders, and start working towards development.. you will see the brigther side, and you will understand how to live happily and let others live happily.

3. VChangeU - మార్చి 15, 2010

Telangana needs a development agenda, a stronger voice in decision making, a better share of state revenues, implementation of old, unkept promises.

A separate state is no solution to its genuine problems.

Lets Fight for the Unity.

4. Bharatiya - జూన్ 21, 2010
Here are the replies to 108 false statements above. There is no vice like hatred” writes Shantideva in a great eight century Indian treatise, A Guide to Bodhisattva Way of Life. 1) Catchment area of Krishna Basin Rayalaseema 18% Andhra 13% Telangana 69% Allocation of Krishna water as per tribunal recommendation= Rayalaseema 16% Andhra 49% Telangana 35% Actual utilization Rayalaseema 13% Andhra 87% Telangana less than 1% TRS chief in his letter all our MPs said, “If the catchment area is taken as the principal criterion for allocation of water among different regions in the state, Telangana region should get 68.5 pc of the 811 tmc ft of water.” Sri Jayashankar also said in similar way starting with ‘if”. So even they do not say that is the lone factor. If this is agreed as a lone factor within the state every district will start applying this rule. Any Independent constant in election can easily win with this slogan and create wedge between states. Water sharing is very complicated. Just giving one factor and showing it as injustice is not proper. Catchment area for Krishna in AP is 29.45%. Total water available in Krishna is 2060 TMC. What A.P got is 800TMC working to 38.8%. So there are more issues than catchment alone! This solves the riddle why more allocation to Andhra. Is there any Tribunal allocation to the three regions with in our state as per catchment area? Bachawat Tribunal allocated water to projects in A.P. but not to regions. Btw Tribunal itself has allotted 49%. So, it is clear that catchment area is only one of the several factors. The above data says actual utilization by Telangana is “less than 1%”. Total Krishna water for AP is around 800 TMC. Less than 1% means less than 8 TMC. Nagarjunasagar left canal alone (100 TMC) irrigates 0.32 million acres (800 km²) of land in Nalgonda and Khammam districts of Telangana region. Is it done by 8 TMC? Hence neither 1% to Telangana is true nor is 87% to Andhra true. At this rate of facts I need to suspect catchment areas given here. Please also note Cultivable land Seema-Andhra 62.5%, Telangana 37%. This means canal length per acre of irrigation is much less in Andhra. This is the way T- leaders spoil minds of innocent people. 2) Godavari river catchment area Telangana 79% (1170 TMC) Andhra 21% (310 TMC) Utilization of Godavari waters Andhra 23% (320 TMC i.e. 110% of allotted) Telangana 9.6 % (143 TMC) – 405 TMC is being diverted to Andhra via Polavaram project Godavari water allocation for our state is 1481 TMC. I just can’t understand how 320 TMC becomes 23%. It must be 21.6%. SRS phase I itself holds more than 75 TMC. SRS Phase II is going on. There are many more projects on Godavari in Telangana. How could total be just 143 TMC for total Telangana? Please note Polavaram project uses less than 200 TMC (5325 Mcum) not 405 TMC. Btw, why Bachawat recommendation on Godavari is not mentioned as was done for Krishna waters at point 1 above? 3) Total loss of water share of Telangana merging with Andhra is 1125 TMC. With estimation of 1 TMC to serve 10,000 acres, total cultivation land Telangana lost is 11, 25,000 acres. I fail to get how is 1125 TMC arrived at? Even with false figures given above it works out 1170 -143 = 1027 TMC! A lot of water goes into Bay of Bengal. Here it is projected as if it is all used up by Andhras! Readers are expected to take it granted and hate Andhras. 4) There are 10 districts in Telangana, 9 in Andhra, 4 in Rayalaseema. Out of these 7 districts in Telangana, 3 in Andhra and 1 in Rayalaseema are considered severely backward districts which means 70% of districts in Telangana are backward while in Andhra – 35% and in Rayalaseema – 25% The statistics are not latest. Please see how many districts in Telangana were backward at the time of AP formation and then compare with latest. This gives an impression that all the 9 districts of Andhra were under developed and 6 of them were developed after merger at the cost of Telangana. Is this true? Is this the way of presenting facts? 5) 65% of Industries in Telangana are owned by Andhra. One Telangana person (close relative of Sri Jaipal Reddy) tried to start industry in west Godavari, he was harassed and tormented so much that he gave it up half way through. Is this figure ‘65%’ true or guess work? How do we get such data? Industries department does not have any column for proprietor’s region or state. Many people started industries in Hyderabad because infrastructure was made in Hyderabad. Many Industrial Estates were made in Hyderabad starting from 1960s. Majority of Industries are ancillaries to PSUs. Did Andhras prevent Telangana people from starting industries in Telangana? If true, how could 35% of industries be owned by Telangana investors? If they did not prevent why blame Andhras. Btw why did Jaipal Reddy’s relative go all the way to WG to start an Industry? Did he find Telangana unfit for investment? Why was he opposed by locals there? Lot of Telangana people own business / agencies in Andhra area. I fail to understand why he alone was opposed. Is this enough to hate Andhras? I recommend you to hate Jaipalreddy and his relative for preferring Andhra instead of Telangana. 6) All Telangana region CM’s combined tenure is hardly 6 years. It is more than 11 years. We seem to disown our own people. See the list of Telangana CMs again. They were all selected by Congress High command. Most Congress CMs are from Reddy community. There was no CM from Krishna and Godavari districts. NTR was brought into politics only to reverse the trend. Always Telangana Reddys joined hands with Rayalaseema Reddys to keep Reddys in power. Hence Telangana leaders were virtually in power during all Reddy CMs. This lobby was powerful enough to throw our PVNR out of CM’s chair then and falsely attributed to Jai Andhra movement. If not PV would have been made CM after Presidents rule was lifted. And now same group is keen on throwing out Rosaiah. To keep their lobby going they are even proposing Rayala-Telangana state. And they know Reddies cannot occupy CM post of Andhra-seema state. 7) From past 50 years AP got nearly 40 major projects in which 37 went to Seemandhra region Astonishing remark! See link below, what 37 projects yield and 3 projects yield. See this site: http://emulate.aponline.gov.in/irrigation/ Ayakut added in all the regions during 2004 to 2007 in acres given below. This web site does not give earlier to 2004. Andhra: 3,15,425; Telangana: 4,76,480; Rayalaseema: 3,17,540. Details of just Canal irrigation alone from 1956 to 2006-07 are as below in hectares as per statistical abstract of AP: Andhra Telangana Rayalaseema Hectares 1,106,258 to 1,232,965 114,720 to 279,493 70,860 to 110,256 Increase 126,707 164,773 39,436 Growth 11% 144% 56% Disagreement is no crime. But making false claims and denying facts are less forgivable. 8) Telangana side: – SLBC (30 TMC) not taken up – SLBC beyond Musi river (20 TMC) not taken up – RDS extension (10 TMC) not taken up – LIS to high level areas in Mahabubnagar not taken up – Bheema LIS 20 TMC under construction for many years Seemandhra side: – Telugu Ganga project (29 TMC) completed – SRBC (19 TMC) completed – KC canal extension completed (10 TMC) – Upland areas Brahmamgari matham reservoir (10 TMC) completed – SRBC beyond Gorakallu (20TMC) under construction – Puchintala evaporation losses (5 TMC) under construction – Veligonda not recommended project (40 TMC) almost completed – Handrineeva sujala sarvanthi not recommended (38 TMC) almost completed – Galerunagari sujala sravanthi not recommended (38 TMC) is under construction The above list is comprised of minor irrigation projects. The list for Andhra region is of completed and the list for Telangana is incomplete projects. There are incomplete projects in Andhra side and completed projects on Telangana side. Why compare completed with that of incomplete. This list consists of neither Major nor Medium irrigation projects. Yet it is serious cause for hating Andhras! Allegation is no way of any use. If they were not started one should find reasons behind them. Do not simply conclude that all that is because of Andhras. 9) Pothireddypadu regulator was originally created for drinking water to Chennai with 5 TMC. Gradually 5 projects were ‘piggy backed’ & augmented to canal. In the name of Chennai drinking water, Rayalaseema leaders wanted to take away the entire waters of Srisailam reservoir. So far there was no mention of any use of Srisailam project to Telangana. Suddenly here is information on how Rayalaseema leaders wanted to take away Srisailam water. If Srisailam water is of no use to Telangana why worry about diversion to Rayalaseema? There is a big story behind this extension. 10) Veligonda project is being constructed on war footing basis. This will drain 60 TMC of water from Srisailam. This project is not allotted (water share by tribunal) and do not have clearance till now. Veligonda is a place in Atmakur Mandal of Prakasham district. It is to use flood waters from foreshore of Srisailam reservoir to an extent of 43.5 TMC. It is tough to understand how it can drain Srisailam. Late YSR started many projects (even in Telangana) much before clearances. Is it injustice to us? Now this project has gone in to slow pace. 11) Handrineeva Srujana Sravanthi, not allotted not cleared project is going on war footing now. It will run through chittoor via Anantapur. That is what YSR did on many projects. Many of them are in Telangana too. Jurala is one such for Telangana. If there is no objection for Jurala why so for HSSP? Is there any injustice to Telangana in this? 12) SLBC – Srisailam Left Bank Canal, despite of all recommendations, Clearances and permissions never started. This would have provided 30 TMC for 3 Lakh acres in Nalgonda district. This project (AMR) work is under progress. It is a challenging work due to the longest tunnel (43.5km). It was started in 2006 itself. 13) Manuguru thermal power station proposed by Central govt due to proximity of coal mines was lobbied to be shifted to Vijayawada, transporting coal from telangana (singareni). This led to shortage of power due to pump set usage by Telangana farmers. There are many factors to finalize location for a power plant other than coal availability. Manuguru has many other projects and industrial establishments. How many more plants can Manuguru accommodate? Power to pump sets is not supplied from localized power station. Electricity is supplied from grid. If this plant were to be in Manuguru it would have been said ash is thrown on our fields and the power is supplied to grid or Andhra and to Railways. Recently work on 600MW Singareni Power Center started. 14) Ramagundam super thermal power station (2500 MW) transferred to NTPC, crippling power ownership of state by which we get only 27% of power produced and rest is pooled in national grid. Ramagundam Super Power Station was not a state government project. What is our objection if NTPC runs it? How can we be eligible for 100% power from this project! If we get more than 27%, it will be of use to total AP. So why is it injustice to Telangana? 15) Dummugudem Hydal power station never even started construction – this remained a promise on paper. Any power project is in over all interest of AP as the power goes to grid. Power is state subject. Hence preference on power projects is their choice. If it is not started all the regions will stand to lose. It can’t be injustice to Telangana alone? 16) Icchampalli power (975 MW) project never started. Same as above. 17) Power regulatory mechanisms – 220 KV, 132 KV, 32 KV substations and lines never realized in Telangana region. Same as above. 18) If Mumbai is not a free-zone, Delhi is not a freezone, Kolkatta is not a freezone, Chennai is not a freezone, Pune is not a freezone … why should Hyderabad be a freezone ? Andhra enthusiasts hailing Hyd being a freezone, were demanding entire Telangana should be freezone. Is there Zonal system in Maharastra? Only then the issue of Free zone comes into picture. Are Vidhrbha or any other district people told not eligible for jobs in Mumbai? If not, Mumbai is a free zone. All people of Maharastra are eligible to take up jobs there. Same is true of Kolkatta,Chennai, Delhi, Pune. Zonal system exists only in AP. Hyderabad being capital people are asking for free zone. Btw how long should these reservation be given? I fail to understand the last sentence. 19) Telangana covers 41.7% area, Seemandhra 58.3% area. Telangana has 40.5% population, Seemandhra 59.5%. Telangana revenue is 53% to the state exchequer. If Telangana revenue is 53% of state revenue, Telangana is more developed than Seemaandhra. Moreover about 52% is spent in Telangana as protoganists of Telangana themselves claim. According to Gentlemen’s agreement and six point formula Telangana should get only 40% of the planned expenditure. 20) 1953 Andhra Pradesh the area irrigated under TANKS in the Telangana 11 lakh acres. Now it is hardly 6.5 lakh acres. Tank irrigation details from 1956 to 2006-07 in Hectares: Andhra Telangana Rayalaseema 458,430 to 338,404 447,228 to 229,035 162,163 to 34,788 Reduction 120,026 218,193 127,375 Reduction in % 26% 49% 79% Why are the tanks closed? Were they closed intentionally to reduce crop in AP? What are the real reasons? In Rayalaseema at the time of state formation 1.6 lakh hectares were under tank irrigation and as of 2006-07 mere1.27 lakh hectares is under tank irrigation- a drop of 79%. How do we answer this? 21) Andhra 9 districts – funds spent on education – Rs 1308.56 Crores Rayalaseema 4 dist – funds spent on education – Rs 382.87 Crores Telangana 10 districts – funds spent on education – Rs 163.39 Crores These are unbelievable figures. One can guess truth from the details at point 23 and 106 might give us a feel. 22) Literacy – Andhra (9 districts) 42%, Rayalaseema (4 districts) 38%, Telangana (10 districts) 30% Literacy rate in Telangana was around 6% in year 1951 and 58% in the year 2001; in Seemandhra it was around 30% in 1951 and 62% in 2001. (As per 2001 census). 23) Andhra 9 districts – schools 26,800 Rayalaseema 4 dist – schools 13,000 Telangana 10 dist – 17,954 The facts can be got by comparing increase in number of schools from 1955-56 to 2005-06. …………..……….. ..Primary Upper primary High schools Total Seemaandhra: 21075 to 37871; 71 to 10006; 618 to 7616; 21764 to 55493 Telangana: 7678 to 24291; 159 to 7817; 101 to 8579; 7938 to 40687 24) Hospitals Andhra (9 dist) 666, Rayalaseema (4 dist) 303, Telangana (10 dist) 270. Here are real figures on Government hospitals extracted from a book by a Telangana man written in 2003. Hyderabad state in the year 1955 had 31 and by the year 2002 it went up to 163 in Telangana. Whereas Seemandhra had 160 in 1955 and by the year 2002 it went up to 209. And if we can add private hospitals it will over weigh on Telangana side. 25) Total Govt employees – Seemandhra (13 districts) 9 lakhs, Telangana (10 dist) 3 lakhs. Presently I am unable to get these details. 26) IAS/IPS/IFS officers (civil services) – Andhra (9 dist) 225, Rayalaseema (4 dist) 50, Telangana (10 dist) 60. If these figures are true, it is a shame to all Telangana people. Seemandhra people are not responsible for this. Best way of improving this is to debar Seemandhra people for IAS exams! 27) Industries (small/medium/large) – Andhra (9 dist) 6,100, Rayalaseema (4 dist) 773, Telangana (10 dist) 1250 Total Industries in AP are less than 10,000? Sure something is wrong. The industries in the year 1956-57: Telangana 2709, Andhra 4349, Rayalaseema 1119. As per the AP government statement to Srikrishna Committeee total number of Heavy industries alone is 4233 in A.P. Out of this Seemandhra has 1566 and Telangana has 2667. All heavy/medium/small/micro industries in AP are more than 2 lakhs. Quote as you like and confuse innocents. 28) Power Utilization Andhra (9 dist) 54% – Rayalaseema (4 dist) 23% – Telangana (10 dist) 23% Just look at the number of Industries in Telangana. Telangana leaders have been harping that they use borewells for irrigation with good lot of electric bills. Yet Andhra uses more power! See electrification details. Telangana had 10 towns electrified in 1956-57 now it is 100% electrified. At the same time Seemandhra had 600 towns electrified now it is 100%. As per 1999-2000 consumption total power (LT and HT) in Telangana is 14,626 whereas in Andhra consumed 7501 and Rayalaseema consumed 6628. 29) Nagarjuna sagar project – Andhra submerged land = 0, cultilavation land 20 lakh acres. Telangana submerged land = 100%, cultivation land 4.5 lakh acres It is sad that 52 villages were submerged with 24,000 people evacuated. This is an irony in development. Total cultivation is 20 lakh acres. Right canal irrigates 11.13 and Left canal irrigates 10.3 lakh acres. Localized ayacut: Nalgonda 3,81,022 Khammam 2,76,633 Krishna 3,70,681 West Godavary 2,244 Guntur 6,68,541 Prakasam 4,44,729. How it is only 4.5 lakhs? Should we blow up baseless statistics? Do you know how many villages in Maharastra were submerged by SRS reservoir? This project does not irrigate even one acre of Maharastra! It irrigates only Telangana lands. 30) Polavaram project is submerging 250 small villages in Telangana, displacing 5 lakh tribal’s are going to provide lakhs of acres cultivation land to Andhra. The Polavaram reservoir submerges an area of 63,691 ha comprising of 60,063 ha in Andhra Pradesh, 2,398 ha in Chattisgarh and 1,230 ha in Orissa. As said it is sad part of development. Jurala project that irrigates Telangana, submerges some villages of Karnataka. 31) Grant-in-aid Private Degree colleges Andhra (9 dist) – 96, Rayalaseema (4 dist) – 32, Telangana (10 dist) – 30 I could not get Grant in aid statistics. But I can say grant in aid does not come soon after one registers/ starts a college. It has to meet the standards set. Corruption does play a role. Just not point in isolation to understand. 32) There are more than 130 posts of heads of departments. Out of them only 7 or 8 are held by the officers belonging to the Telangana region. No clarity. A statement without head or tail! Just list names of this 7 or 8 heads. 33) Sales Tax collection (2001- 2002) – Andhra 21%, Rayalaseema 5%, Telangana 74% If sales tax collections in Telangana is 74%, we are very rich and consume a lot. Does not it look ridicules? Case study 1: Andhra Bank was buying all its stationary requirements in Vijayawada (sales tax was collected at Vijayawada) till it shifted its head office to Hyderabad. Now they buy in Hyderabad paying sales tax in Hyderabad (Telangana). After merger many companies shifted their head offices to Hyderabad. Can we say this is a tax earned in Telangana due to Telangana people? Case study 2: PSUs buy a lot of things in Hyderabad paying sales tax at Hydearabad. Do you call that as Telangana sales Tax collections? Case study 3: Almost all wholesale shops are located in Hydereabad. Sales tax is collected in Hyderabad from retailers of total A.P. Should this be added to Telangana and spend on Telangana development? Case study 4: It is customary to blame Andhras for settling in Hydearabad and Andhras starting industries in Hyderabad. They all pay sales tax in Hyderabad. Case study 5: Majority PSUs were established in Hyderabad. Hence lakhs of people from all over state and country came here. Hyderabad gets Sales tax collection from their spending. What if these PSUs were to be in Kosta? Should this be spent on people of Telangana? What a statistical irony! Reality is that collections in Telangana (minus Hyderabad) are normal to that of other regions. It is tough to decide on the collections of Hyderabad. Expenses on common institutions in Hyderabad were treated as useful to all and hence divided between Andhra and Telangana in the ratio of 2:1. But revenues are added to Telangana as per Gentlemen’s agreement! 34) Excise Collections (2001-2002) – Andhra 24%, Rayalaseema 10%, Telangana 66% Keep the head above the surface and think. Excise duties are collected at manufacturing source. This indicates how many industries we have. Is this not injustice to Andhra. Yet we want to twist to say there is some injustice here by Andhras. PSUs sell their products all over India, but excise duty is remitted in Hyderabad. PSUs are here because everyone in AP thought Hyderabad was theirs too. Similarly we have Customs departments at Hyderabad airport and Visakhapatnam port. At Visakhapatnam all petroleum is imported. PSUs pay a lot of Customs duty at Hyderabad airport. Customs duty collected at Visakhapatnam port is very huge compared to collections at Hyderabad airport. Excise duty and customs duty are levied by Central government. This way of projection is not in good taste. 35) APPSC – Andhra Pradesh public service commission board members so far, 8 from Andhra, 6 from Rayalaseema, 2 from Telangana. Is it true? Who appoints these members? I wish to know the names of those members. 36) Telanganites constitutes 23% in all industries in Telangana area, 0% in Andhra, Rayalaseema area I just can’t understand how such data can be collected. Correct number of ‘Industries’ could not be given by the author of ‘108 facts’. How do I expect them to give correct number of employees! 37) All housing board colonies in capital city – 93% people are from Seemandhra. Out of several bluffs in ‘108 facts’ this is another baseless allegation. The allotments were by lottery. But majority owners may be from Andhra. That is because of paying capacity and investing attitude of Andhras. Even if they do not get allotment they pay premium and buy from others. Yet 93% is a sheer exaggeration. Even if we have to believe that Seemaandhra people have manipulated, our people must own a lot of flats and plots as their availability is unrestricted. 38) Govt Libraries – Andhra (9 districts) 630, Rayalaseema (4 dist) 243, Telangana (10 dist) 450. There is no sense in providing libraries as per the number of districts. It has to be as per literacy rate or they are to be at places where there is need. The actual figures as per year 1999 are given here: 1,595 in Telangana; 2,081 in Andhra; 789 in Rayalasema. 39) In 70’s – Jublee hills lands were purchased at Rs 105 per acre. Total acres 1400. All Telanganites living in that area were thrown out, jublee hills housing society did not have a single Telanganite. First statement says the lands were bought! Third statement says they were grabbed by throwing out Telangana people! These lands were sold at those prevailing rate. None were thrown out of their lands. I could not afford to buy one at that time but my friend from Karimnagar bought three. He even now teases me for not investing there. He is a multi crorepati. Should I blame Andhras for my situation? If Andhras were not to come to Hyderabad several land owners would have got still less rate for their lands. 40) Panchayat Raj divisions – Andhra (9 dist) 883, Rayalaseema (4 dist) 342, Telangana (10 dist) 295. I am unable to know truth in this statement for the time being. I do not know why so? I can’t understand its implications? I am sure this is bluff number 40. 41) Most backward district in AP is Mahabubnagar, was granted 4% white ration cards. Most developed dist in AP is West Godavari dist was given 7% white ration cards. In this way of argument, most developed Hyderabad and Ranga Reddy districts should not have any white ration cards at all. This is not the way we compare? This depends on how many poor moved to nearest towns / districts where there is employment and petty business potential. Poor from Mahboob nagar must have moved away. At point 54, it is said 14lakh people migrated from Mahabub Nagar. 42) 100% power of Vizag thermal (simhadri) is being used for Andhra only, but 27% power of Ramagundam is being used for A.P. Visakhapatnam Thermal station is made by AP government and hence the power is of AP. Ramagunadam is owned by Central Government hence 27% allotment to AP. All the power generated is sold by AP Genco to AP Transco. Then it is connected to grid. No region-wise distinction can be made. 43) 82% of farmers are depending on private loans in Telangana Does this mean farmer’s dependence on private loans in Seemaandra is nil or 100%? This is a problem of all regions. Why are they depending on private loans? Did anyone analyze? Will T-state give non-refundable loans to them? How can we get statistics on private loans? Is this not bluff number 43? 44) If development was the justification for keeping an alien ruler in place, India should have never been free from British rule ! Who is alien ruler? AP is ruled by elected government. None of the elected rulers can be called alien. Did we not elect our people as MLAs and MPs (Except NTR and Indira Gandhi)? Reddys of our state have ruled us for 26 years. Majority Reddy MLAs were from Telangana. Can we call them as alien? Stop blaming others. Vote for a sachet of booze and then wrongly conclude the blame on Andhras. Remember we had PVNR as prime minister and this great man once went to Maharastra to get elected. And another time as Prime minister contested from Rayalaseema. He was alien to us! Muslims conquered India, settled in India and India became their mother land. British conquered India, never settled in India and Briton continued to be their motherland. Seemandhra people joined Telangana and living in Telangana too but we call them settlers and tell them ‘bhago’. They are part and parcel of our development and life. Disparities do exist everywhere. Don’t we see them between brothers in a family, between people in same street, between villages, between communities etc.? Even after 60 years of reservation, SC/STs blame upper casts. Most astonishing blame I came across is Muslims blaming Hindus for their poverty! Everybody has their reason. Blowing it out of proportion is the job of politicians. 45) There was no single drop of water in Palanadu 350yrs ago, it was like a desert. Now, entire Telangana canal irrigation land is less than Guntur dist alone. What was Telangana 350years back? Why this comparison with 350 years back situation? Where did 108 Facts writer get such an old data? In India only desert we know is in Rajasthan. Average rain fall in Guntur district is 850mm. Any comparison has to be from the time of merger. Don’t we know Krishna, Guntur, East and West Godavari districts were developed districts at the time of merger? Bluffing has become our way of life! Second part of statement is really enthralling! Nowhere in entire 108 points, correct figures were quoted on canal irrigation. Without knowing how much land in Guntur district is irrigated, it is concluded this way. I suppose none is bothered to know how much of Guntur district lands are irrigated by Prakasham barrage. We have right to make any number of false allegation as we have branded Andhras as bad people. 46) Rs 60 crores of surplus budget was the pride of Telangana in 1948. When Andhra state was formed – it had only 1 Crore in hand given by Madras govt, and Shri Raj Gopalachari said ‘Get lost from here’. Hyderabad state had a surplus was a fact. But it was not 60 crore surplus budget. The tax collections were estimated to be near 19 crores. That means to say this surplus was an accumulations of several years. Why this excess was not spent on any development work? Everyone talks about surplus but none is bothered to know how such a poor state could have surplus. This only says we do not know how to use Rs. 60 crores! Chakravarthula Rajgopalachari (whose roots were in Andhra) said “get lost from here” then and now KCR (whose roots were in Andhra) says”Andhrawale Bhago”. It is the foolish Andhras that do not realize to build their own capital. 47) Dr.B.R.Ambedkar suggested Hyderabad second capitol of India. He said Hyderabad is better than Delhi. Hyderabad is a lovely place. It is better than any city I saw (except Chandigarh). But we seem to be totally confused. As Hyderabad became state capital, Andhras came here and purchased lands and displaced Urdu with Telugu. If Hyderabad were to become second capital of India it would have had people from all over the country and Hindi /Urdu would have dominated. I wonder if Telanganaites would be demanding for application of Mulki rules and GOs similar to 610! But for sure it would have become Union territory taking it away from us. People keep writing without thinking what is good for them. Is this a point in support of T- state? 48) Government buys sugar cane from farmers (per quintal) in Andhra – Rs 1200, Telangana –Rs 890 Andhra lands are canal cultivated – Telangana depend on bore wells. Buying price of sugarcane is not fixed by government. Sugar factories owners exploit. Are sugar factories in Telanagana owned by Andhras? Recently Miryalaguda Millers did similar thing to Paddy producers. Normally sugar cane price is based on its yield per ton but not on the region of its production. If Andhra sugar factories are paying more, either the sugar cane yield is better or Andhra Sugar factory owners are ‘less’ exploiters than Telangana people. I don’t wish to conclude like this. But the matter concludes. 49) Andhrites converted Telangana -WAKF lands in to revenue lands in the era of real-estate boom, Lanco is main culprit in this, remember Muslim brothers shouted ‘go back’ at Lagadapati ? One Rajgopal can’t be all Andhraits. If that is true all Telanganites are Gudeselu (after Gudisela Venkata swamy) makers. Although I don’t approve of Lanco actions, Rajgopal’s actions fetched money to government whereas government lands were lost forever with the actions of Venkataswamy. This is no way a point to hate Andhras and demand T-state. 50) 150 forts are about to ruin in the Telangana which were built by various dynasties. They are symbols of great cultural heritage. I am sure you can’t even name 50 out of 150! Telangana is not unique in losing forts. It is happening in Andhra, Rayalaseema and the whole of our country. Compare Konadapalli khilla and Golkonda Khilla. Everything that goes wrong can’t be listed to blame Andhras! 51) Hyd Central University is filled with Andhraits – every Central University in India has 60% reserved for local region. Except HCU. Is it 60% reservation for local region? If at all there is reservation, it could be local state but not region within the state. In AP we have regions. Central Government would not have made rules keeping our state in mind. 52) Pranahita project, there is no staff, no sufficient funding, don’t even have proper office, but Andhra ruler says project will be completed 4yrs Again and again we enjoy putting the blame on ‘Andhra rulers’. Irrigation is under our man. Yet we talk like this. This project got clearances from CWC in Aug 2009. YSR started jalayagjnam very ambitiously. Telangana leaders are keen on creating trouble and the state is economically crippled. All projects are deprived of funds. 53) There are never any difficulties in construction of irrigation projects in Andhra. But why irregularities, corruption, delays in Telangana projects? Which irrigation project is free from trouble? Even Polavarm project is in trouble. We are creating enough trouble. We are asking for changes in design. Minister concerned is accused of irregularities and corrupt practices. He will be shown the door any time. Be ready in future we can accuse Andhra rulers of throwing our Telangana minister out for not completing Andhra projects! This project was conceived in 1946-47 at a cost of Rs. 129 crores. YSR did bhoomi pooja on Nov 9, 2004. 54) Mahabubnagar 35lakhs population, migration 14 lakhs, 350km of Krishna stretch, there is no drinking water or irrigation water. And we had accumulated surplus of 60 crores before merger! Why did our respected HH Nizam not spend this on Mahabubnagar? Why our government did not do this before merger? Don’t you know real constraints? Shall we tell government that all water that is supplied from Nagarjun Sagar to Nalgonda, Warangal, Khammam be diverted to Mahbubnagar? 55) How many JNTU colleges should be there in 10 dist of Telangana, if 2 are in 4 districts of Rayalaseema ? My question is how many should be there in Kosta? If this is an injustice Telangana, it is injustice to Circar area too. This is not right way of comparing and blame Seemaandhra people. Better add up Seemaandhra colleges and blame with wrong figures. 56) AP dairy buys milk from farmers from Andhra Rs 24.30, Telangana Rs 22.30 Milk procurement price is based on its fat content. Procurement prices are not fixed region wise. Since the topic of milk came I wish to put some facts here. Milk was procured at Vijayawada paying money from Andhra account. And some of it was transported and sold in Hyderabad. This sale proceeds were treated as revenue of Telangana! No matter we can accuse Andhra rulers for selling their milk in Hyderabad! 57) 450 tribal villages, millions of tons of limestone, rich minerals, lot of natural biodiversity…are going to submerge if Polavaram project is built The number of villages getting submerged was only 250 at item 30 by the time we came to 57 it became 450. The real numbers are 233 in AP, 10 in MP and 7 in Orissa. Survival of the mankind, with its alarming increase in population growth is linked in the long term, requires a stable eco-system and increase in food production, for which the development of water resources is unavoidable. The development of water resources project is linked with change in the environment of the area due to construction of reservoirs because of submergence of land, displacement of population including the flora and fauna and resettlement in the surrounding catchment, denudation of forest, water logging, salinity and alkalinity of soil, water quality and ground water table change, etc. The mineral resources likely to be lost or their use precluded as a result of inundation will be very negligible. Even for these mineral commodities, plentiful and alternate sources are available in the vicinity of appropriate manufacturing centers. Hope this satisfies the worries. One advantage of this project to us is, ground water levels in Khammam district will go up. 58) Telangana is bigger than 24 states. Total official countries in the world are 194. Telangana will be bigger than 160 countries. Size does not justify forming a state. In our constitution no criteria is fixed for forming a state. I am sure that Telangana can sustain as an independent state. What we should know is would it be better? A job in India is good for sustaining yet people go all the way to Gulf and US leaving their loved in India. If staying together is better we must. But at some places we claim small states will perform better! So what are we trying to communicate here? What is injustice in this by Andhra Rulers? 59) Seemandhra revenue 38.5% – Expenditure 49%, Telangana revenue 61.5% – Expenditure 51% This was answered earlier. However at point 19, Telangana revenue was stated as 53% by the time we reached point 59, it grew up to 61.5%. However my reply at 19 stands good. Although this point contradicts point 19, it helps to build up to 108! 60) Jallianwala bagh, General Dyer, 1919 yr – 379 shot dead. Telangana, Kasu Brahmananda Reddy, 1969 – 370 students shot dead. True we lost our patriots in 1969 agitation. But the comparison is to create hatred but not to justify T-state. We only remember the numbers but not the dead. The leaders of this agitation occupied high offices but the families of the dead continue to be at pain. I wish not to see repetition of what had happened. Btw, there we blame General Dyer but not British Queen. Here we blame CM but not police officer concerned! 61) WHO declared Nalgonda dist affected with fluorisis so much that it is moving towards No Man Zone. Nearly 600 villages suffer with Fluorosis in Nalgonda dist. Krishna water is carried all the way to Hyderabad but not to these villages. Sri Komati reddy Venkata Reddy, MLA from Nalgonda is close to power center. Yet it is happening. Is this purely due to negligence by ‘Andhra rulers’? Are there any other reasons for this neglect? Yet how it becomes a point of justification for separate- state! The best solution would be to tell government that all the water supplied to Nalgonda district for irrigation be diverted to these villages for drinking needs. This way Andhra rulers need not be blamed. Btw Fluorosis is not unique to this district alone. Even Prakasham districts has same problem. 62) While merging with Andhra leaders agreed to continue Mulki rules in Telangana. As per this 100% employees in Telangana should be from Telangana only. Read the Domicile Rule which says Mulki rules are temporary and only for 5 years. Read here: A temporary provision be made to ensure that for a period of five years, Telangana is regarded as a unit as far as recruitment to subordinate services in this is concerned; posts borne on the cadre of these services may be reserved for being filled up by persons who satisfy the domicile conditions as prescribed under the existing Hyderabad Mulki Rules. Mulki rules are no more applicable. Yet people keep talking about it. None is ashamed to demand for reservation. Then in Nizam-Hyderabad state Telangana people could not compete with North Indians and now in A.P they can’t compete with Andhras. Yet they say they want ‘swayam paalana’! 63) Nizam formulated mulki rules in 1919, a person to get job in they must be Telangana from 15yrs,but now Andhra rulers reduced the period to 4yrs. No change was made by ‘Andhra rulers’ unilaterally. Under Gentlemen agreement Mulki rules were applicable only for 5 years but SC upheld it further. It was replaced by 6 point formula an act wherein all our elected representatives were a party. Keep on using the word ‘Andhra rulers’ and putting blame on others will not change the fact. Why none went to court on this issue again? Was it advantageous to us? How long Telangana people want to say we are incapable and want reservations. We were neither good in Urdu then nor good in Telugu now. 64) Seemandhrites got 28000 jobs in Telangana by getting bogus mulki certificates between 1956-1968. Between 1975 to 1985 again 58000 by violating presidential order. Producing bogus certificate is nothing but depriving genuine candidate. This happens everywhere. There are so many cases of people (including Telenganaites) producing bogus SC/ST certificates. Reservations have to be temporary but not prolonged. However the fact that the people in power (may be dominated by Andhras) showed nelson eye to Bogus Mulki certificates is disgusting. First blame Telangana people who issued these certificates. Are we going to retain this Mulki rule after formation of Telangana state. Then only we can tell ‘settlers’ to seek jobs in Kosta? 65) In 1969 students/employees agitated against 28000 jobs by Andhra. Andhra rulers killed 370 students. This is a repetition at point 60. You keep saying ‘Andhra rulers’ like what Joseph Goebbels did. Was it students that were killed? And employees escaped unhurt? Public did not participate in this violence? On death of Potti Sriramulu there was violence that took many lives. Did you see anybody saying Tamil Rulers killed them? Don’t tell me cultures of Andhras and ours are different. 66) In 1972, Andhra rulers managed to cancel supreme court judgment by parliament, then 6 point formula was introduced for jobs. As per this formula Telangana split into zone 5, zone 6. That was a nice time people of Telangana could have joined hands with Andhras and supported Jai Andhra movement. But we foolishly accepted 6 point formula. If the reasons for accepting are obtained we can see reality. Blaming of ‘Andhra rulers’ is escapism. When Supreme Court could be moved for restoration of Mulki rules why SC was not moved on this 6-point formula? The reality was at that time none of Telangana politicians were jobless unlike Dr.M.Chenna Reddy in 1969 and now Sri KCR to blow the matter out of proportion. 67) As per presidential order Telangana people should get reservation 80% dist posts,70% zonal posts, 60% Gazetted posts. Remaining 20%,30%,40% shall be open to other regions – what’s happening now ? This is what was said: The extent of preference for local candidates should in no case be 100%. In case of Class IV posts it can be 80 %. For all other non-gazetted posts the extent of preference should be 70 % and for gazetted posts it should be 60%. It will, however, have to be borne in mind that substantial employment potential may develop in different local areas on account of major development projects. These will have to be equitably shared between different areas in the State and special arrangements for this purpose may be necessary. Suitable remedial measures will have to be devised in cases where the institution of revised administrative arrangements affects the employment of the candidates from the twin cities. Hope I don’t need to explain. 68) In 1985, 610 GO for transfer of 58000 employs from Telangana, but this GO is never implemented. That too 610 GO is restricted to 102 departments only, out of 250 govt departments. In terms of Presidential orders and GO 610, Telangana people were deprived of their due. Why is this happening again and again? Keep aside the blame game of ‘Andhra rulers’ for a while. Why none of Telangana MLAs (including KCR) from 1985 to present, threatened to resign on this issue? What else was their preference? If this is the character of our MLAs, why keep blaming Andhra rulers! Will they be different after formation of T-state? 69) In 2001, Chandra Babu Naidu (CM) appointed Girglani Commission which submitted report in 2004, that 2 lakh Seemandhra employs are working in Telangana. This is part of above point. Anyway reply above fits here too. 70) Only 23% Singareni coal is used in Telangana. Remaining 77% is being drained out to other places. Is this right allegation? Are we not getting petrol and gas from Assam and Bombay high? Once T-state is formed will Telangana stop coal sale to others? Will we reduce the output and retrench staff there? How much of Godavari Gas will be in Andhra Pradesh? 71) Per Capita Funds allocation to Student in universities. SV University – Rs. 37500, Andhra University – Rs 35500 SK University – Rs 25000, Nagarjuna University – Rs 22700 OU – Rs 17400, K.U – Rs 14000 Everything is not to be seen through colored glasses. Study why AU gets more than NU, why SV gets more than SK, why OU gets more than KU? Answers to this will answer this issue. 72) Cultivation land (Lakh Acres) Before 1956, Andhra 30.65, Telangana 18.20 In 2004, Andhra 69.27, Telangana 18.00 As per our Lokender Reddy in his book at page 156&157 the figures are: Telangana 9,13,883 (27.2%) in 1956-57 increased to 22,41,591 (37.89%) in 2001. Seema-Andhra 24,45,567 (72.8%) in 1956-57 increased to 36,74,556 (62.11%) by the year 2001. For ayacut information refer my reply at point 7. Seema-Andhras can claim injustice as 72.8% came down to 62.11%! 73) Andhrites love for Hyd is like Pakistan’s love for Kashmir. They are ready to go to any extent to capture it. True Andhrait must love his capital. But asking for it in case of separation is really bad. I can understand their attachment to Hyderabad but not their right over it. But the comparison with Pakistan is in bad taste. Do you know Pakistan loves Kashmir and Kashmiris love Pakistan? Is it the case here? See answer at point 108 also. 74) Kothagudem thermal power station sabotaged on purpose to obtain repair contracts to Andhra contractors in 1978, this is confirmed in single man commission (Sundar Ramaiah commission – 1979) Contractors are contractors. Are you trying to say Telangana contractors are good? Do you mean to say it was sabotaged because it is in Telangana? How this point justifies demand for T-state. It only creates hatred. Hatred hurts the haters before hurting the hated. @@@@@ 75) All APSEB scams occurred so far at high level in board are targeted towards Telangana power supply and distribution, never to Andhra or Rayalaseema region. Higher officials found guilty by Vimal Lal commission, the recommendation were never implemented. I have no info on this. May be Telangana people were doing it in their area! But how do this matter for separation demand? 76) Technically it is possible to develop water grid to benefit Telangana, Rayalaseema and Andhra regions – it would match in comparison with Mississippi river water system (USA), Three Gorges river system (China), Nile river (Aswan dam) Africa and Rhine river system Europe. Similar models were conceived by intellectuals but are trashed by Andhra rulers and pseudo intellectuals because they will benefit Telangana. Technically feasible need not be financially possible. Ganga-Kavery link is technically possible. Does it mean we start blaming North Indians for not taking it up? For a single project we talk about so many objections like submerging, ecology etc. Look at Telangana projects. Almost all are lift irrigation projects and they are 3 to 4 times expensive to projects in Andhra. To do such projects we need to have excess power and lots of money. Believe it or not this is one major reason for preferring irrigation projects in Andhra area. Every time we prefer to blame ‘Andhra rulers’. Nazi propaganda! Btw who studied Mississippi and Three Gorges projects and who designed water grid for Telangana? Was it done by a person who got a job being Mulki and promotion under 6-point formula? Then God save Telangana. 77) 1969 – after Jai Telangana movement ‘All Party Accord’ was formulated, scrapped within 6 months. Than 8-point formula, 5-point formula were announced. then supreme court upheld Mulki rules. Andhra elites could not digest it, launched Jai Andhra movement. Central govt yielded as usual to elites tactics, then 6-point formula. Even this is being violated royally many times, robbing Telangana its rightfulness. Well at number of items above these points were talked. This repetition is either to increase magic number to 108 or practicing Joseph Goebbels formula. 78) Nagarjuna Sagar initially meant to benefit Andhra and Telangana. Later on it is modified in such a way that 75% of the benefit is accruing to Andhra reducing the share of Telangana region to just 25%. Andhra settlers own 50% of these 25% utilization lands. Initially NSP was for both later also it was for both as per your statement. Nothing is being conveyed here as injustice. You talk like this and hence Andhras make tall claims like ‘we taught cultivation to Telangana people’. Study the reasons behind some lands being sold to Andhras. None of you could educate your people not to sell. You all were happy that your land prices were going up! And now turn back and blame Andhras. 79) Singur project was originally designed to meet primarily the irrigation needs of Medak and Nizamabad districts. But it is now solely used for meeting the requirements of capital city. Singur project was financed by World Bank under the supervision of Hyderabad water supply and sanitation project. However the reservoir created by the dam was the chief source of irrigation water, electric power and drinking water in the surrounding areas. Please note chief source does not mean designed for irrigation. Out of several sources this is the main source. But why is this relevant to injustice by ‘Andhra rulers’? 80) Jurala Project which is the first project on river Krishna meant for Telangana, is the smallest of all the projects built on this river. The Bachawat Tribunal allocated just 17.5 TMC ft. water for this project, and the state government reduced its storage capacity to 60% ft. But the actual utilization so far has not been more than 10% Jurala project is designed to utilize surplus water from Krishna river. Taking up without clearances from Central water Commission puts Karnataka at loss. Andhra Pradesh Government has determined to complete all its ongoing lift irrigation projects in a time-bound period with a motive to lay claim on utilising surplus water from the Krishna River. This will irrigate 20 lakh acres of Mahabubnagar district. So far government spent more than Rs. 1,000 crores out of Rs. 1,428 crores. Remember AP has naively convinced Karanataka for joint hydel power project at Jurala. Target date is March 2012. Thanks to present financial crisis due to our agitations God knows what will happen to this target date. 81) Rajolibanda Diversion Scheme, was to irrigate 87500 acres in Mahabubnagar. The Bachawat Tribunal also allocated 15.90 TMC ft. of water for this project. This water has to pass through a canal in Raichur district of Karnataka State. After the formation of Andhra Pradesh landlords of Rayalaseema blasted the gates with bombs and diverted water to their land. Since then Govt never even tried to reconstruct the gates. A complex issue is very simplified here. Due to closure of vents and hume pipes of RDS,160 year old KC Canal (Kadapa, Karnool) that was getting floodwaters would have to be forfeited to Telangana of 90,245 acres to be irrigated in Rabi season, the Government supplied water to 2,000 acres in 1999, 1,500 acres in 2000-01 and not a single acre from 2001-02. Water never supplied is different from water stopped abruptly. It means this Diversion is a diversion of water used by Rayalaseema to Telangana. P.J.P. Right Main Canal is extended to link with RDS Canal for supplementing water to the tail end ayacut under RDS Canal in Mahaboobnagar District. As far as blasting is concerned, none likes water going to other areas without supply to them. This is not because of hatred to Telangana. Recall similar breaches made to Teluguganga canals (paid by TN) where water was going to Chennai. Do we still need to fill our minds with animosity? 82) Devadula Project, provides water for 5 lakh acres, was promised to be finished in 5 yrs in 2001, yet to begin work. The funniest fact is, Sriram sagar is yet to be completed for last 40 yrs which provides water for just 4 lakh acres. Telangana people are supposed to believe the promise. Devadula is a lift irrigation project and is the second biggest of its kind in Asia. Phase-I works of the project were completed at a cost of Rs 1171 crore and the works on phase-II at a cost of Rs 1805 crore are on. Project authorities have been able to overcome all the problems, they are now worried about non-availability of water at the intake point which is located near Gangaram village in Warangal district. To help utilise 50 tmc of water, the irrigation department had proposed to construct a balancing reservoir at Kanthalapalli 29 kms downstream to stabilise the water availability at Devadula project. But this project is also getting delayed due to cost escalation. As a result, the irrigation experts are now examining alternate ways like construction of a sub-surface concrete dyke. Second issue here is SRS status. SRS project stage I was completed irrigating more than 9 lakh acres. Stage II is under progress. People enjoying SRS water must be really perplexed to see this allegation! That is the funniest part! 83) Two major projects proposed on river Godavari are Ichampally and Polavaram. Ichampally is meant for Telangana and Polavaram for Andhra. The irrigation potential of Polavaram Project would be 6 to 7 times more than the irrigation potential of Ichampally. Ichampally is going to be primarily a power project not a irrigation project ! What is written here is of total confusion. As Polavam is bigger irrigation project than Ichampally hence Ichmpally should not be called Power project? Since it is called Power project Andhra rulers are to be hated! There are many technical points which make a place suitable for power project or Irrigation project or Multi-purpose project. The reality, Ichampally project apart from power generation is to irrigate an ayacut of 1,57,000 Acres in Karimnagar, Warangal and Khammam Districts and also there is provision of water for 4.40 lakh acres by lift to SRSP Stage-II ayacut. Does anyone know there are 3 common factors between these two projects first: the cost of Polavaram is also the cost of Ichampally project, second: both are on Godavari, third: both divert water to another reservoir. 84) Andhra lands are irrigated by canal irrigation i.e. with tax payer’s money. Andhra farmer pays Rs 200 – 300 per annum as water charges. Telangana lands are irrigated by bore wells, entire cost is on the farmer . Digging, power, bore well, motor, pipes. He struggles with fluctuations in power supplies with irregularities and pathetic power distribution pattern in Telangana. Telangana stands first in the number of tube wells in Andhra Pradesh. At the same time Seema-Andhra also has good many bore wells. Remember YSR’s free power to pump-sets slogan fetched him votes in Seemaandhra too. Even in Telangana we have people enjoying canal water supply. Why not people using bore wells join together and fight injustice? Another KCR will come up with a demand for separate state for Borewell users showing this injustice! The Tube well irrigation facts from year 1991 to 2006-07 in Hectares: Andhra: 175,402 to 427,757 Growth 252,355 (144%) Rayalaseema: 45,595 to 337,100 Growth 291,505 (639%) Telangana: 60,892 to 655,222 Growth 594,330 (976%) 85) Technological University was actually started in Warangal but was shifted to Hyderabad, Open University was originally Nalgonda district but was later shifted Hyd. The same state level universities University of Health Sciences, Mahila University and the University of Dravidian Languages were allowed to stay in Seemandhra – not moved to Capital city. By shifting locations from Warangal and Nalgonda to Hyderabad those Universities are not moved out of Telangana. But you are asking for shifting of Universities in Andhra and Royalaseema to Hyderabad. Then we would ask them to be staffed by people of Telangana and seats to local students. People of Telangana are insatiable, they want all Central PSUs, government departments, state PSUs, central Universities, state universities, multinational companies to be located in Hyderabad. This type of thinking gives support to the argument that capital belongs to all and should be made Union Territory. Just because HO of Universities are shifted to Hyderabad we want to tell Andhra rulers are bad! How this justifies demand for a separate state? 86) Twelve milk chilling plants established by the erstwhile Telangana Regional Committee in different parts of Telangana have been abruptly closed down showing lack of funds as a reason. Is the closure not because of lack of funds? Do you know any other reason? By keeping it an open question you are driving us to blame ‘Andhra rulers’ without a reason! 87) Ramagundam is in heart of coal belt … Fertilizer plant is closed showing a reason as poor quality of coal. NTPC is running with same coal, VTPS is running with same coal. Subsequently, Fertilizer plants are started in Nellore and Andhra. Ramagundam is considered the Manchester of India. It has many other factories. ‘Andhra rulers’ instead of transporting coal started all these units here. They are not happy that Fertilizer plant was started in Telangana. If FCI after making great investment has closed its plant, it must be with reasons. Think positively. As per their website it is closed due to non-viability for economic operations. Don’t imply that Andhras influenced to close it. And FCI itself is under closure and struggling with revival plans (like BIFR). At this juncture I wonder if they started any factories in Nellore and Andhra. Let any number of factories be started in Telangana, but if one is closed you tend to call injustice to Telangana by ‘Andhra rulers’. This exhibits your dirty mindset. 88) Based on the proportionality at least 40% of jobs, i.e. 6 lakhs, should have gone to Telangana. But the total number of jobs now occupied by them is less than 3 lakhs. Same story repeated again and again as advised in Mein Kampf. 89) 1972, PV Narasimha Rao made an attempt to implement the verdict of Supreme Court validating the Mulki Rules. The verdict was in favor of Telangana. Seemandhra gave outrageous reaction, he lost his Chief Ministership. For a moment we agree that PVNR tried to do some good to Telanagana and lost CM post because of Andhra agitation. Don’t people of Telangana respect PV? But he was to get elected from Maharastra as MP! Does anyone tried to know why Jalgam became C M after president rule? And better learn not even one slogan was raised against PV during Jai Andhra agitation. Is there any rule that only Telangana can make demands and agitations? Because of Telangana agitation KBR lost his CM post. But PV lost his post because of Reddy lobby from Telangana and Rayalaseema but not because of Jai-Andhra movement. Same Reddy lobby of Telangana and Rayalaseema is now trying to oust Rosaiah. How long do you want to take shelter under Mulki? Are all Telangana people still low grade? 90) If it is assumed that the leaders of a region becoming chief ministers can contribute to the development of that region, then why do the people of Rayalaseema complain of backwardness? Leaders from Telangana may become CMs, Home ministers, Revenue ministers, Irrigation Ministers but Telangana will not develop. If so, why do these leaders keep staying in those posts for repeated terms? Are they not good people? Are they not Telangana people? Then why elect such people and blame ‘Andhra rulers’. Telangana leaders first work for themselves. If necessary they start an agitation. To retain their seat / position they do some favor to their constituency. Then say that Seema-andhra people took away all the projects to their region. If backwardness is the basis Rayalaseema should demand separate state first. And later Telangana should be formed without advanced districts like Hyderabad and RR districts! 91) Daily wage workers working in industries – from Andhra (9 districts) 3.16 lakhs, from Rayalaseema (4 districts)– 0.7 lakhs, Telangana (10 district) 0.81 lakhs. If these figures are right, migration is true of Andhra too. Telangana is not unique in migration. Telangana people go all the way to Gulf to get rich fast and but foolish Andhras came to Hyderabad! The reason may be Telangana people had ‘Dubai Chandrasekhar’ and Andhras did not have. 92) Andhra controlled media never highlighted migration of 15 lakh people out of 24lakh population from Mahabubnagar due to draught conditions. T. Anjaiah CM of AP from Telangana region was presented as a buffoon in dailies and cartoons. One ‘newspaper’ that was in forefront in doing so was owned by Andhra man. People of Telangana never felt like banning that paper. At that time we all enjoyed and did not notice that Anjaiah was Telangana man. And all the people of Telangana went with the recommendation of that paper and elected NTR to power! Are Andhra people so influential even to controlled National media to show Anjaiah as a buffoon! What respect did we give him? I don’t remember to have seen at least one leader from Telangana objecting for this? In fact it was Andhra man, NTR, who said at top of his voice that Rajeev Gandhi etc were insulting our Telugu-man. Based on this he took up a slogan ‘Andhrula atma gouravam’. May be NTR was not aware that Anjaiah was not an Andhra man! In fact, it is people of Telanga who call non-Telangana people as Andhroodu but Andhra people refer us as Karimnagar vaaru, Warangal vaaru, Nizamabad vaaru etc according to native district. Never had I seen them bunching all as Telangana vaaru or Telangana vaadu or Telanganodu. 93) At the time of merger Andhra leaders persuaded Telangana leaders by offering many safeguards against exploitation. They also passed a Unanimous Resolution’ in November 1955 in Andhra Assembly in support of safeguards and subsequently they put these safeguards in an Agreement on 20th February. 1956 which is known as “Gentlemen’s Agreement”. All are trashed soon after the agreement is signed. Then itself BRK said: There are thousands of graduates and M.A’s in Andhra, there are not even a few hundred in Hyderabad. No guarantees can level up this great deficiency. Services, therefore, are afraid of an adverse effect of the merger. Pandit Nehru made sarcastic remark on this agreement. This agreement was not thought as a solution to protect us. It was strategically proposed to silence KV Ranga Reddy and M.Chenna Reddy. That is why it is neither comprehensive nor perfect. Please remember the clause “The arrangement will be reviewed after five years and can be continued for another five years if Telangana members of the Assembly so desired.” But it was never reviewed as it was impracticable. Trying to review would have opened Pandora box. Intelligent will try to analyze. Opportunistic politicians will twist anything to their advantage. We have good and bad people in all regions, all castes, and all religions. Hence stop seeing everything through crooked mirror. Crooked mirrors magnify and distort the facts. 94) Proportional representation says Telangana should get 42% jobs in the Secretariat, but only 9% are working now. How can a people representative, MLA, MLC can get a work done if 91% do not help ? If it were to be 42% jobs Telangana leaders could have got only some works done but not all. So, even in such a case ultimate solution would be separate state. Sri Rosaiah is unable to get what late YSR could get from Central government. So it depends on leadership. If MLAs and MPs don’t get their work done they would have come out of their parties long ago. They get their work done. Their work need not necessarily mean development work in the region. This is the reason why they refuse to resign even in this situation. But we wish to put blanket blame on a Seemaandhras. 95) Metro Rail project is being designed dilapidating 5000 shops, 2500 houses, 147 schools, 120 hospitals, 60 Temples/Masjid/Churches. Historical monuments will disappear. All shops and complexes throughout Metro rail route are with Seemandhra thugs. Are we against Metro Rail project or its award to seema-andhra ‘thugs’? Demolitions will happen even if we widen the road or build a flyover. It is not specific to Metro project. In fact in the absence of Metro project we may have to widen the roads much more and demolish many more homes. If anyone thinks of avoiding Seemaandhra contractors from bidding in T-state he is wrong. To debar Seemandhr contractors we may have to go for separate country! Will there be no corrupt politicians in T-state? Can
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96) 1947 India got Independence. 1948 Indian Army did police action to
dethrone Nizam. Hyd state existed from 1949 to 1956. Telangana merged with
Andhra against its wishes in1956. Telangana has nothing to do with Potti
Sriramulu.
If someone argues that Telangana can’t sustain as a state they are foolishly wrong. It was a country for centuries.
But look at what BRK said: The slogan of Vishalandhra has been in the field for a long time. It had its emotional appeal. In Hyderabad it represented the urge to break away from the feudal system. Hence they believe that Vishalandhra be formed to satisfy that urge.
In this context I feel, if Potti Sriramulu were not to fight for separation from Madras state, Telangana would have demanded for breakup of Circar and Rayalaseema regions from Madras state for merger with us. But Potti Sriramulu was responsible for first step (foundation) for Visalaandra. At this rate we tend to say we have nothing to do with Mahtma Gandhi and claim Sardar Patel as responsible to our freedom.
At the same breath I wish to state that the merger was not against wish of people of Telangana. It was a wish of Telangana people too and Fazal Ali did say it was in the interest of both the regions. And both of us got heavily benefitted. It was only politicians who lost on CM post and 20 more ministerial posts.
But what made Telangana people to say they have nothing to do with Potti Sriramulu? Is it because of his statue in Hyderabad? If capital were to be a place in Kosta area none would have put his statue in Hyderabad.

97) Telangana Sayudha Poratam, (Telangana armed struggle) was against
Nizam facist rule, 4000 people died – inspired all subsequent land movements
in West Bengal, Kerala and Tripura and paved way for formation of
Communist governments in those States. This is never acknowledged by
Seemandhra rulers so far.
People of Telangana are the direct beneficiaries. Have we acknowledged the contribution of Communists? We elected just 50% of them in the first elections. Later virtually negligible! They fought against feudalism but we again preferred to say ‘baanchen dora’ and voted ‘doras’. In politics, never expect Congressmen to acknowledge Communists achievements, TDP to acknowledge Congress likewise. Why blame ‘Seemandhra rulers’ for this? These sorts of narrations are good only for propping hatred!

98) Despite 69% Krishna, 79% Godavari flows through Telangana, irrigation cost
is Rs.1500/acre. 13% of Krishna, 21% Godavari flows through Andhra
irrigation cost is Rs.150/acre.
First of all these percentages may not be correct. What is irrigation cost? How is the cost of irrigation related to percentage flow? What is the point here to demand separate state?
However just compare these facts:
NS project cost Rs.1,000 crores for irrigating 21.4 lakh acres where as SRSP stage 1 cost Rs.2,900 crores to irrigate 9.6 lakh acres. Polavarm project cost estimate Rs.3000 crores for irrigating 7.2 lakh acres whereas Ichampalli project cost estimate Rs. 3,600 crores for irrigating 1.5 lakh acres. Isn’t it foolish to takeup canal irrigation projects in Telangana? Are Andhras responsible for this cost? Projects that give power are called Hydel power projects, projects that give water are called Irrigation projects, projects that give both are called Multi-purpose projects. What do you call the projects that consume scarce power to give water for irrigation? Lift irrigation! What do they lift? Power from grid!
99) Per capita income of Madhya Pradesh: Rs 18,051. Chattisgarh formed in
2000. Per capita income of Chhattisgarh in 2008-09 – Rs. 29,621. Recently
formed smaller states are catching up with Haryana is 71%, Himachal is 81%
and Uttarakhand is 75% – now Jharkhand 58%, Chhattisgarh 63%. Also, Infant
mortality UP 67%, Uttarakhand 44%.
If asked whether T-state can be economically viable, I am fully confident. But per capita incomes given here are not indicative of future of T-state. Will T state be better than Haryana or lower than Uttarakhand? Only when we calculate economics taking all factors in to consideration we can authentically say T-state economy will be better than economy of AP state. Until then no examples will support T-state formation. Case study: If A earns Rs. 200 and B earns Rs. 100 their combined earning per head is Rs. 150. On partition without any fresh added value we see earning by A has gone up by Rs.50 compared to combined-earning per head. It is whopping growth rate of 33%! And earning of B goes down by 33%! So will we be A or B?
100) Yr 2008 Targeted growth rate & achieved: bigger states: MP 7% – 4.3%;
UP 7.6% – 4.6%; Bihar 6.2% 4.7%
smaller states: Chhattisgarh 6.1% – 9.2%; Jharkhand 6.9% – 11.1%
Uttaranchal 6.8% – 8.8%
See case study at point 99. These figures will be of no indication to our future. Everything depends on future factors. I can only say we will be better off being together. That is what Fazal Ali acknowledged. If smaller states can grow better, Rayalaseema should be made a state first followed by Kosta state. Btw is Telangana state smaller state or larger state? Telangana is bigger than many states in India and many more countries. To make it grow better we should recommend Telangana to be bifurcated or trifurcated. We tend to twist every point to promote T-state slogan.
101) Since 1956 to date, the additional irrigation potential created in Telangana is
only 5%
Only fools can believe this statement. Is it 5% every year or for 50 years? Looks this is another point to add up to 108 points. Look at reply given at point 7.
102) There are 10,000+ Industrial units in Telangana, 1200 are owned by
Telanganites, 6500 are owned by Seemandhra, rest are by outsiders.
Although these figures are wrong, as per these figures it appears ‘outsiders’ have more industries than by Telangana people in Telangana. What is the point conveyed here? Should we ask Andhras not to setup industries in Telangana so that outsiders will have more industries in Telangana or should we ask Telangana people to setup industries. To set up industry one needs to have money and entrepreneur quality but not regional affiliations. If outsider could do, you want to escape saying Andhra rulers are responsible our weakness and inability. This point is a repetition. See reply at point 27.
103) Proportionally Telangana should be given about 43% in budget allocation,
Since 1953, it never exceeded 30%. Yet Telangana contributes 42% of
revenue to the state exchequer.
At point 19 this figure was 53%, at point 59 it grew up to 61.5% now it fell down to 42%. All are wrong figures. See the earlier reply at 19. As per Nazi propaganda theory, one should be consistent.
104) Nizamsagar was built in 1931 to serve Nizamabad and Medak about 2.7
lakh acres of land. It was neglected for maintenance and improvements,
now satellite images prove that all its 83 tributaries, 243 distributaries have
been silted up and eroded. World bank sanctioned 30 crores for the project,
which was never spent. The project now going to be almost useless.
What is the life of that dam? If sanction of Rs. 30 crore by world bank is true, our politicians will be the first to spend it and take their margin. Nizam Sagar supplies water to twin cities. As quoted earlier if Andhraites have love for Hyderabad they would have taken up this on top priority. Better find out the facts. Btw you forgot to say it was silted up by Andhras! If I am not wrong silting ends the life of dam.
105) In Andhra region every year two crops are cultivated because of water
availability, in Telangana a single crop will be cultivated with great
difficulty.
Gross irresponsible simplification? This statement implies that there are no canals at all in Telangana. Btw bore wells work for one crop only? Do you have an idea where and why we go for single crop? By forming T-state we will become eligible to go for two crops!
106) Technical institutions wise, 26 are in Telangana, 54 are in Andhra. 20
polytechnics in Telangana, 70 in Andhra. 2 Medical colleges in
Telangana, 6 in Andhra.
The following are the details of Technical Institutions: University Engineering colleges: Telangana 4; Andhra 2 ; Rayalaseema 2. …. Private Engineering colleges…..: Telangana120 ; Andhra 71; Rayalaseema 23. ……. University Medical colleges……..: Telangana 3 ; Andhra 4; Rayalaseema 3. Private medical colleges…….. …..: Telangana 4; Andhra 0; Rayalaseema 4. Dental colleges…………….………….: Telangana 1; Andhra 1; Rayalaseema 0. …… Homeo colleges……………………… : Telangana 2; Andhra 2; Rayalaseema 0. ….. Polytechnic……………………………..: Telangana 35; Seema-Andhra 46.

107) British build Railways, Administrative Services, Post and Telegraph,
installed democratic institutions, judiciary, rule of law, and built the cities of
Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai, and New Delhi. British did not claim any of
these when they had to leave India. Seemandhra are making big hue and
cry clamoring for Hyderabad claiming they have built the city. In 400 yrs of
Hyderabad history, how many years did they contribute the ‘development’ ?
British built P&T, Railways etc with our tax payer’s money and handed over to us. Other companies like ITC, Liver Brothers etc invested by them were retained by them. Till Indira Gandhi forcibly diluted their share under new FERA rules they were in control of those companies. Even now they have their stakes in those companies. Seema-andhra people or ’Andhra rulers’ did not demand for PSUs to be in their region as they thought Hydearbad was theirs too. When they were to lose Steel plant to other state they fought tooth and nail. Why did they not fight for HAL,HMT, ECIL, BDL, BHEL, Midhani, DRDL, DLRL, NRSA, Survey of India, IDPL, NFC, CCMB, Heavy vehicle factory etc. ? If IDPL were to be in Vijayawada, Reddy labs would have been in Vijayawada. Similarly if ECIL were to be in Guntur all Electronics Industries would have been in Guntur. If they were in Andhra region mostly no Andhra man would have come to Hyderabad to set up even one industry. Let me know why all state government corporations like APSFC, APSIDC, RTC, APDDC etc. should have their head offices in Hyderabad? All this happened as Hyderabad is capital of all the regions.
In 400 years Nizam amassed wealth and became world’s richest man. What he did in Hyderabad city was countable but it is nothing compared to what is done in 40 years. Common institutions in Hyderabad, as they are useful to all, expenses are divided between Andhra and Telangana in the ratio of 2:1 from 1969. Till 1969 total expenses were put from Andhra account. But the revenue from common institutions is revenue of Telangana! Yet we say Hyderabad was developed by Nizam. Can we return this money to seemandhra on separation?
108) Hyderabad – demographic expansion can never be considered as a
development. It’s natural growth. It is like a girl who is 10 yrs now will
attain 15yrs of age after 5 yrs – can we call it development ? Also, its
not just Hyd which is developed … all big/medium cities in India are in
development path.
The development of Hyderabad is not just demographic expansion. If a girl becomes 15 years she developed biologically. But her physical health, her education, maturity etc. will speak of what other development she was given. If all big/ medium cities have developed automatically why are you saying Telangana is underdeveloped? Why are you blaming ‘Andhra rulers’ for this false under development?
To you things that developed were not because of ‘Andhra rulers’ but things that did not develop are because of to ‘Andhra rulers’? What a sincere evaluation! In fact we the people of Telangana retarded its growth with our agitations.

6. అనామకం - డిసెంబర్ 29, 2010

108 Facts about Telangana – need and justification

1) Catchment area of Krishna Basin
Rayalaseema 18%
Andhra 13%
Telangana 69%

Allocation of Krishna water as per tribunal recommendation=
Rayalaseema 16%
Andhra 49%
Telangana 35%

Actual utilization
Rayalaseema 13%
Andhra 87%
Telangana less than 1%

2) Godavari river catchment area
Telangana 79% (1170 TMC)
Andhra 21% (310 TMC)

Utilization of Godavari waters
Andhra 23% (320 TMC i.e. 110% of allotted)
Telangana 9.6 % (143 TMC)
405 TMC is being diverted to Andhra via Polavaram project

3) Total loss of water share of Telangana merging with Andhra is 1125 TMC.With estimation of 1 TMC to serve 10,000 acres, total cultivation land Telangana lost is 11, 25,000 acres.

4) There are 10 districts in Telangana, 9 in Andhra, 4 in Rayalaseema. Out of these 7 districts in Telangana, 3 in Andhra and 1 in Rayalaseema are considered severely backward districts which means 70% of districts in Telangana are backward while in Andhra – 35% and in Rayalaseema – 25%

5) 65% of Industries in Telangana are owned by Andhra.One Telangana person (close relative of Sri Jaipal Reddy) tried to start industry in west Godavari, he was harassed and tormented so much that he gave it up half way through.

6) All Telangana region CM’s combined tenure is hardly 6 years.

7) From past 50 years AP got nearly 40 major projects in which 37 went to Seemandhra region

8) Telangana side:
– SLBC (30 TMC) not taken up
– SLBC beyond Musi river (20 TMC) not taken up
– RDS extension (10 TMC) not taken up
– LIS to high level areas in Mahabubnagar not taken up
– Bheema LIS 20 TMC under construction for many years

Seemandhra side:
– Telugu Ganga project (29 TMC) completed
– SRBC (19 TMC) completed
– KC canal extension completed (10 TMC)
– Upland areas Brahmamgari matham reservoir (10 TMC) completed
– SRBC beyond Gorakallu (20TMC) under construction
– Puchintala evaporation losses (5 TMC) under construction
– Veligonda not recommended project (40 TMC) almost completed
– Handrineeva sujala sarvanthi not recommended (38 TMC) almost completed
– Galerunagari sujala sravanthi not recommended (38 TMC) is under construction

9) Pothireddypadu regulator was originally created for drinking water to Chennai with 5 TMC. Gradually 5 projects were ‘piggy backed’ & augmented to canal. In the name of Chennai drinking water, Rayalaseema leaders wanted to take away the entire waters of Srisailam reservoir.

10) Veligonda project is being constructed on war footing basis. This will drain 60 TMC of water from Srisailam. This project is not allotted (water share by tribunal) and do not have clearance till now.

11) Handrineeva Srujana Sravanthi, not allotted not cleared project is going on war footing now. It will run through chittoor via Anantapur.

12) SLBC – Srisailam Left Bank Canal, despite of all recommendations, Clearances and permissions never started. This would have provided 30 TMC for 3 Lakh acres in Nalgonda district.

13) Manuguru thermal power station proposed by Central govt due to proximity of coal mines was lobbied to be shifted to Vijayawada, transporting coal from telangana (singareni). This led to shortage of power due to pump set usage by Telangana farmers.

14) Ramagundam super thermal power station (2500 MW) transferred to NTPC,crippling power ownership of state by which we get only 27% of power produced and rest is pooled in national grid.

15) Dummugudem Hydal power station never even started construction – this remained a promise on paper.

16) Icchampalli power (975 MW) project never started.

17) Power regulatory mechanisms – 220 KV, 132 KV, 32 KV substations and lines never realized in Telangana region.

18) If Mumbai is not a free-zone, Delhi is not a freezone, Kolkatta is not a free zone, Chennai is not a free zone, Pune is not a freezone … why should Hyderabad be a freezone ? Andhra enthusiasts hailing Hydrabad being a free zone, were demanding entire Telangana should be freezone.

19) Telangana covers 41.7% area, Seemandhra 58.3% area. Telangana has 40.5% population , Seemandhra 59.5%. Telangana revenue is 53% to the state exchequer.

20) 1953 Andhra Pradesh the area irrigated under TANKS in the Telangana 11 lakh acres. Now it is hardly 6.5 lakh acres.

21) Andhra 9 districts – funds spent on education – Rs 1308.56 Crores Rayalaseema 4 dist – funds spent on education – Rs 382.87 Crores Telangana 10 districts – funds spent on education – Rs 163.39 Crores

22) Literacy – Andhra (9 districts) 42%, Rayalaseema (4 districts) 38%,
Telangana (10 districts) 30%

23) Andhra 9 districts – schools 26,800 Rayalaseema 4 dist – schools 13,000 Telangana 10 dist – 17,954

24) Hospitals Andhra (9 dist) 666, Rayalaseema (4 dist) 303, Telangana (10 dist) 270

25) Total Govt employees – Seemandhra (13 districts) 9 lakhs, Telangana (10 dist) 3 lakhs

26) IAS/IPS/IFS officers (civil services) – Andhra (9 dist) 225, Rayalaseema (4 dist) 50, Telangana (10 dist) 60

27) Industries (small/medium/large) – Andhra (9 dist) 6,100, Rayalaseema (4 dist) 773, Telangana (10 dist) 1250

28) Power Utilization Andhra (9 dist) 54% – Rayalaseema (4 dist) 23% – Telangana (10 dist) 23%

29) Nagarjuna sagar project – Andhra submerged land = 0, cultilavation land 20 lakh acres. Telangana submerged land = 100%, cultivation land 4.5 lakh acres

30) Polavaram project is submerging 250 small villages in Telangana, displacing 5 lakh tribal’s are going to provide lakhs of acres cultivation land to Andhra.

31) Grant-in-aid Private Degree colleges Andhra (9 dist) – 96, Rayalaseema (4 dist) – 32, Telangana (10 dist) – 30

32) There are more than 130 posts of heads of departments. Out of them only 7 or 8 are held by the officers belonging to the Telangana region.

33) Sales Tax collection (2001- 2002) – Andhra 21%, Rayalaseema 5%, Telangana 74%

34) Excise Collections (2001-2002) – Andhra 24%, Rayalaseema 10%, Telangana 66%

35) APPSC – Andhra Pradesh public service commission board members so
far, 8 from Andhra, 6 from Rayalaseema, 2 from Telangana.

36) Telanganites constitutes 23% in all industries in Telangana area, 0% in Andhra, Rayalaseema area

37) All housing board colonies in capital city – 93% people are from Seemandhra.

38) Govt Libraries – Andhra (9 districts) 630, Rayalaseema (4 dist) 243,Telangana (10 dist) 450.

39) In 70’s – Jublee hills lands were purchased at Rs 105 per acre. Total acres 1400. All Telanganites living in that area were thrown out, jublee hills housing society did not have a single Telanganite.

40) Panchayat Raj divisions – Andhra (9 dist) 883, Rayalaseema (4 dist) 342,Telangana (10 dist) 295.

41) Most backward district in AP is Mahabubnagar, was granted 4% white ration cards. Most developed dist in AP is West Godavari dist was given 7% white ration cards.

42) 100% power of Vizag thermal (simhadri) is being used for Andhra only, but 27% power of Ramagundam is being used for A.P.

43) 82% of farmers are depending on private loans in Telangana

44) If development was the justification for keeping an alien ruler in place, India should have never been free from British rule !

45) There was no single drop of water in Palanadu 350yrs ago, it was like a desert. Now, entire Telangana canal irrigation land is less than Guntur dist alone.

46) Rs 60 crores of surplus budget was the pride of Telangana in 1948. When Andhra state was formed – it had only 1 Crore in hand given by Madras govt, and Shri Raj Gopalachari said ‘Get lost from here’.

47) Dr.B.R.Ambedkar suggested Hyderabad second capitol of India. He said
Hyderabad is better than Delhi.

48) Government buys sugar cane from farmers (per quintal) in Andhra – Rs 1200, Telangana –Rs 890 Andhra lands are canal cultivated – Telangana depend on bore wells.

49) Andhrites converted Telangana -WAKF lands in to revenue lands in the era of real-estate boom, Lanco is main culprit in this, remember Muslim brothers shouted ‘go back’ at Lagadapati ?

50) 150 forts are about to ruin in the Telangana which were built by various dynasties. They are symbols of great cultural heritage.

51) Hyd Central University is filled with Andhraits – every Central University in India has 60% reserved for local region. Except HCU.

52) Pranahita project, there is no staff, no sufficient funding, don’t even have proper office, but Andhra ruler says project will be completed 4yrs

53) There are never any difficulties in construction of irrigation projects in Andhra. But why irregularities, corruption, delays in Telangana projects?

54) Mahabubnagar 35lakhs population, migration 14 lakhs, 350km of Krishna stretch, there is no drinking water or irrigation water.

55) How many JNTU colleges should be there in 10 dist of Telangana, if 2 are in 4 districts of Rayalaseema ?

56) AP dairy buys milk from farmers from Andhra Rs 24.30, Telangana Rs 22.30

57) 450 tribal villages, millions of tons of limestone, rich minerals, lot of natural biodiversity…are going to submerge if Polavaram project is built

58) Telangana is bigger than 24 states. Total official countries in the world are 194. Telangana will be bigger than 160 countries.

59) Seemandhra revenue 38.5% – Expenditure 49%, Telangana revenue 61.5% Expenditure 51%

60) Jallianwala bagh, General Dyer, 1919 yr – 379 shot dead. Telangana, Kasu Brahmananda Reddy, 1969 – 370 students shot dead.

61) WHO declared Nalgonda dist affected with fluorisis so much that it is moving towards No Man Zone.

62) While merging with Andhra leaders agreed to continue Mulki rules in Telangana. As per this 100% employees in Telangana should be from Telangana only.

63) Nizam formulated mulki rules in 1919, a person to get job in they must be Telangana from 15yrs,but now Andhra rulers reduced the period to 4yrs.

64) Seemandhrites got 28000 jobs in Telangana by getting bogus mulki certificates between 1956-1968. Between 1975 to 1985 again 58000 by violating presidential order.

65) In 1969 students/employees agitated against 28000 jobs by Andhra. Andhra rulers killed 370 students.

66) In 1972, Andhra rulers managed to cancel supreme court judgment by parliament, then 6 point formula was introduced for jobs. As per this formula Telangana split into zone 5, zone 6.

67) As per presidential order Telangana people should get reservation 80% dist posts,70% zonal posts, 60% Gazetted posts. Remaining 20%,30%,40% shall be open to other regions – what’s happening now ?

68) In 1985, 610 GO for transfer of 58000 employs from Telangana, but this GO is never implemented. That too 610 GO is restricted to 102 departments only, out of 250 govt departments.

69) In 2001, Chandra Babu Naidu (CM) appointed Girglani Commission which submitted report in 2004, that 2 lakh Seemandhra employs are working in Telangana.

70) Only 23% Singareni coal is used in Telangana. Remaining 77% is being drained out to other places.

71) Per Capita Funds allocation to Student in universities.
SV University – Rs. 37500, Andhra University – Rs 35500
SK University – Rs 25000, Nagarjuna University – Rs 22700
OU – Rs 17400, K.U – Rs 14000

72) Cultivation land (Lakh Acres) Before 1956, Andhra 30.65, Telangana 18.20 In 2004, Andhra 69.27, Telangana 18.00

73) Andhrites love for Hyd is like Pakistan’s love for Kashmir. They are ready to go to any extent to capture it.

74) Kothagudem thermal power station sabotaged on purpose to obtain repair contracts to Andhra contractors in 1978, this is confirmed in single man commission (Sundar Ramaiah commission – 1979)

75) All APSEB scams occurred so far at high level in board are targeted towards Telangana power supply and distribution, never to Andhra or Rayalaseema region. Higher officials found guilty by Vimal Lal commission, the recommendation were never implemented.

76) Technically it is possible to develop water grid to benefit Telangana, Rayalaseema and Andhra regions – it would match in comparison with Mississippi river water system (USA), Three Gorges river system (China),Nile river (Aswan dam) Africa and Rhine river system Europe. Similar models were conceived by intellectuals but are trashed by Andhra rulers and pseudo intellectuals because they will benefit Telangana.

77) 1969 – after Jai Telangana movement ‘All Party Accord’ was formulated, scrapped within 6 months. Than 8-point formula, 5-point formula were announced. then supreme court upheld Mulki rules. Andhra elites could not digest it, launched Jai Andhra movement. Central govt yielded as usual to elites tactics, then 6-point formula. Even this is being violated royally many times, robbing Telangana its rightfulness.

78) Nagarjuna Sagar initially meant to benefit Andhra and Telangana. Later on it is modified in such a way that 75% of the benefit is accruing to Andhra reducing the share of Telangana region to just 25%. Andhra settlers own 50% of these 25% utilization lands.

79) Singur project was originally designed to meet primarily the irrigation needs of Medak and Nizamabad districts. But it is now solely used for meeting the requirements of capital city.

80) Jurala Project which is the first project on river Krishna meant for Telangana,
is the smallest of all the projects built on this river. The Bachawat Tribunal allocated just 17.5 TMC ft. water for this project, and the state government reduced its storage capacity to 60% ft. But the actual utilization so far has not been more than 10%

81) Rajolibanda Diversion Scheme, was to irrigate 87500 acres in Mahabubnagar. The Bachawat Tribunal also allocated 15.90 TMC ft. of water for this project. This water has to pass through a canal in Raichur district of Karnataka State. After the formation of Andhra Pradesh landlords of Rayalaseema blasted the gates with bombs and diverted water to their land. Since then Govt never even tried to reconstruct the gates.

82) Devadula Project, provides water for 5 lakh acres, was promised to be finished in 5 yrs in 2001, yet to begin work. The funniest fact is, Sriram sagar is yet to be completed for last 40 yrs which provides water for just 4 lakh acres. Telangana people are supposed to believe the promise.

83) Two major projects proposed on river Godavari are Ichampally and Polavaram. Ichampally is meant for Telangana and Polavaram for Andhra.The irrigation potential of Polavaram Project would be 6 to 7 times more than the irrigation potential of Ichampally. Ichampally is going to be primarily a power project not a irrigation project !

84) Andhra lands are irrigated by canal irrigation i.e. with tax payer’s money. Andhra farmer pays Rs 200 – 300 per annum as water charges. Telangana lands are irrigated by bore wells, entire cost is on the farmer . Digging, power, bore well, motor, pipes. He struggles with fluctuations in power supplies with irregularities and pathetic power distribution pattern in Telangana.

85) Technological University was actually started in Warangal but was shifted to Hyderabad, Open University was originally Nalgonda district but was later shifted Hyd. The same state level universities University of Health Sciences, Mahila University and the University of Dravidian Languages were allowed to stay in Seemandhra – not moved to Capital city.

86) Twelve milk chilling plants established by the erstwhile Telangana Regional Committee in different parts of Telangana have been abruptly closed down showing lack of funds as a reason.

87) Ramagundam is in heart of coal belt … Fertilizer plant is closed showing areason as poor quality of coal. NTPC is running with same coal, VTPS is running with same coal. Subsequently, Fertilizer plants are started in Nellore and Andhra.

88) Based on the proportionality at least 40% of jobs, i.e. 6 lakhs, should have gone to Telangana. But the total number of jobs now occupied by them is less than 3 lakhs.

89) 1972, PV Narasimha Rao made an attempt to implement the verdict of Supreme Court validating the Mulki Rules. The verdict was in favor of Telangana. Seemandhra gave outrageous reaction, he lost his Chief Ministership.

91) Daily wage workers working in industries – from Andhra (9 districts) 3.16 lakhs, from Rayalaseema (4 districts)– 0.7 lakhs, Telangana (10 district) 0.81 lakhs.

92) Andhra controlled media never highlighted migration of 15 lakh people out of 24lakh population from Mahabubnagar due to draught conditions. T. Anjaiah CM of AP from Telangana region was presented as a buffoon in dailies and cartoons.

93) At the time of merger Andhra leaders persuaded Telangana leaders by offering many safeguards against exploitation. They also passed a Unanimous Resolution’ in November 1955 in Andhra Assembly in support of safeguards and subsequently they put these safeguards in an Agreement on 20th February. 1956 which is known as “Gentlemen’s Agreement”. All are trashed soon after the agreement is signed.

94) Proportional representation says Telangana should get 42% jobs in the Secretariat, but only 9% are working now. How can a people representative, MLA, MLC can get a work done if 91% do not help ?

95) Metro Rail project is being designed dilapidating 5000 shops, 2500 houses,147 schools, 120 hospitals, 60 Temples/Masjid/Churches. Historical monuments will disappear. All shops and complexes throughout Metro rail route are with Seemandhra thugs.

96) 1947 India got Independence. 1948 Indian Army did police action to dethrone Nizam. Hyd state existed from 1949 to 1956. Telangana merged with Andhra against its wishes in1956. Telangana has nothing to do with Potti Sriramulu.

97) Telangana Sayudha Poratam, (Telangana armed struggle) was against Nizam facist rule, 4000 people died – inspired all subsequent land movements in West Bengal, Kerala and Tripura and paved way for formation of Communist governments in those States. This is never acknowledged by Seemandhra rulers so far.

98) Despite 69% Krishna, 79% Godavari flows through Telangana, irrigation cost is Rs.1500/acre. 13% of Krishna, 21% Godavari flows through Andhra irrigation cost is Rs.150/acre.

99) Per capita income of Madhya Pradesh: Rs 18,051. Chattisgarh formed in 2000. Per capita income of Chhattisgarh in 2008-09 – Rs. 29,621. Recently formed smaller states are catching up with Haryana is 71%, Himachal is 81% and Uttarakhand is 75% – now Jharkhand 58%, Chhattisgarh 63%. Also, Infant mortality UP 67%, Uttarakhand 44%.

100) year 2008 Targeted growth rate & achieved: bigger states: MP 7% – 4.3%; UP 7.6% – 4.6%; Bihar 6.2% 4.7% smaller states: Chhattisgarh 6.1% – 9.2%; Jharkhand 6.9% – 11.1% Uttaranchal 6.8% – 8.8%

101) Since 1956 to date, the additional irrigation potential created in Telangana is only 5%

102) There are 10,000+ Industrial units in Telangana, 1200 are owned by Telanganites, 6500 are owned by Seemandhra, rest are by outsiders.

103) Proportionally Telangana should be given about 43% in budget allocation, Since 1953, it never exceeded 30%. Yet Telangana contributes 42% of revenue to the state exchequer.

104) Nizamsagar was built in 1931 to serve Nizamabad and Medak about 2.7 lakh acres of land. It was neglected for maintenance and improvements, now satellite images prove that all its 83 tributaries, 243 distributaries have been silted up and eroded. World bank sanctioned 30 crores for the project, which was never spent. The project now going to be almost useless.

105) In Andhra region every year two crops are cultivated because of water availability, in Telangana a single crop will be cultivated with great difficulty.

106) Technical institutions wise, 26 are in Telangana, 54 are in Andhra. 20 polytechnics in Telangana, 70 in Andhra. 2 Medical colleges in Telangana, 6 in Andhra.

107) British build Railways, Administrative Services, Post and Telegraph, installed democratic institutions, judiciary, rule of law, and built the cities of Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai, and New Delhi. British did not claim any of these when they had to leave India. Seemandhra are making big hue and cry clamoring for Hyderabad claiming they have built the city. In 400 yrs of Hyderabad history, how many years did they contribute the ‘development’ ?

108) Hyderabad – demographic expansion can never be considered as a development. It’s natural growth. It is like a girl who is 10 yrs now will attain 15yrs of age after 5 yrs – can we call it development ? Also, its not just Hyd which is developed … all big/medium cities in India are in development path.

7. Bharatiya - జనవరి 12, 2011

Mr.Akasaraamanna
I replied all 108 points. Instead of commenting on my replies, you simply posted those stupid ‘108 facta’ again.
Just think of point 1. When Nagarjuna Sagar Left bank alone supplies 88TMC to Telangana region how can you bluff that the percentage utilisation is less than 1% (8TMC).
All other facts are also similar bluffs.


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