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‘People in Seemandhra feel they have been cheated’
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K. RAMESH BABU Botcha Satyanarayana.

Interview with Botcha Satyanarayana, APCC president. By RAVI REDDY


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All the Telangana leaders are all giving assurance of the security of a particular region but nobody talks about the equal rights & opportunities to the Seemandhra people who settled in Hyderabad, on par with the Telanganties.
from:  Ramesh
Posted on: Aug 14, 2013 at 16:15 IST
After separate Statehood to Telengana, I am of the opinion that
Seemandra region will not be developed unless concerted efforts are
put in by new incumbent of carved out State as well as Central
Government. Allocation of funds would certainly pose lot of problems
and it is very difficult for the Center to foot the bill. It is easier
said than done with so-called packages. Next 2 decades will prove to
be a nightmare for the students and those opting for Gobs. The number
of Seemandra students who are in large number in neighboring States
will swell further as they will be discriminated in the separate
Telengana. Political speeches and laws will not deter people in
raising protests and in the process force them to undergo severe
mental strain. Most unfortunate thing is: the center is very week and
God only will save poor Seemandra people. The implications are far
reaching and time only will tell.
from:  K.N.V.S.SUBRAHMANYAM
Posted on: Aug 11, 2013 at 00:49 IST
Ongole should become the capital of Seemandhra state for the following
reasons.It is located midway between coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema
regions.Plenty of government land is available near Ongole to construct
new capital.Rayalaseema people want to agitate for separate greater
Rayalaseema state if capital is not given to their region.As Ongole is
the part of greater Rayalaseema region proposed by them ,there should
not be any objection to Rayalaseema people to make Ongole as a capital of Seemandhra.
from:  m.s.murthy
Posted on: Aug 10, 2013 at 19:42 IST
seemandra peoples yet ready voice against separate telangana in
following days,but it seems don't worry whether separate activists
took part publically in very agression mode of telangana.seemandra's
not only cheated but also neglected in issue of separate telangana,is
smoothly feel pain when approved for separate,in this issue seemandra
necessarily taken to downstream of separate like peoples of telangana
how have mentality towards separatism.today TDP,YSR-congress have
mindset of unite as past, but in political view both termed like
''long days in mouth shut;why oppose after declare separate''.is seems
to public as other way to get advantage in forthcoming polls.
from:  kirankumar N
Posted on: Aug 8, 2013 at 17:29 IST
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