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Nick of the Moment for Telangana.

Thu 10th Dec 2009 05:44 AM
Nick of the Moment for Telangana.
Nick of the Moment for Telangana.

Twice the Congress Core Committee has been commenced, once Chidambaram has tried to speak with KCR directly but unable to as Professor Jayashankar took the call, once there was meeting of Chief Minister Roshaiah with Moily and Chidambaram, Pranab Mukherjee has called off his tour in Jharkhand and landed in New Delhi for emergency core committee meeting, Sonia Gandhi spoke with Telangana MP’s and Moily spoke with Andhra and Rayal;aseema MP’s separately, Roshaiah again meets Moily, Pranab and Chidambaram separately, later again Roshaiah goes to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s residence to speak in personnel, in parallel are the arrangements on for Roshaiah’s return journey to Hyderabad even in late mid night…

In parallel are the happenings in Hyderabad and NIMS. Doctor’s reveal that KCR has been affected with fungal infection and the threat to his life now seems pertinent. TRS Polit bureau members arrange a secret meeting with in the hospital and decide that KCR should be dropped from his fast and speculation is drift that Manda Krishna Madiga might take the fast replacing KCR. Meanwhile KTR, son of KCR declare that congress central high command will declare their pro Telangana stand even by this mid night as Sonia Gandhi's birthday gift to Telangana people.

In parallel, few news channels have already started to get their breaking news that Sonia Gandhi has given the nod for Roshaiah to present a resolution on Separate Telangana in Assembly.     

What a suspense thriller, none of the Andhra Pradesh people are keeping their eyes dropped from Television sets, as what kind of solution this birthday baby Sonia Gandhi offer to the problem of Telangana? Is it the nick of the moment for declaration of separate Telangana? If so, what about Hyderabad? Will it be a part of Telangana? Will it be declared as Union territory? If everything goes right, wait for few more hours to get clarity on at least half of the questions.

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