Sri Krishna Committee to submit its report on Telangana to P.Chidambaram on 30.12.2010 | PM Manmohan Singh held a meeting on 29.12.2010 to discuss Sri Krishna Committee report

Sri Krishna Committee to submit its report on Telangana to P.Chidambaram on 30.12.2010 | PM Manmohan Singh held a meeting on 29.12.2010 to discuss Sri Krishna Committee report

Sri Krishna Committee is going to submit its report on 30.12.2010 after studying the demand of separate Telangana and the circumstances it created in Andhra Pradesh.  UPA government is worried over this issue and the developments of Sri Krishna Committee report.  Exactly a year back, Telangana issue has caused tensions even at Delhi.  Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had discussions with Cabinet Committee of National Security on 29.12.2010.  He has given instructions to concerned Ministers to prevent any untoward incidents.  Central Information and Broadcasting Minister Ambica Soni has requested the media to be restrained in reporting on Sri Krishna Committee.

Sri Krishna Committee is going to submit its report to Union Minister of Home affairs Mr. P. Chidambaram on 30.12.2010.  Tension and anxiety are prevailing in the minds of public as well as politicians over the future of Andhra Pradesh.  Nobody is ready to respect the report; everybody is getting ready to fight if the report is against their expectations.

Printing of five member Sri Krishna Committee report has completed and the committee members will sign on the report on 30.12.2010 and the same will be submitted to Home Affairs minister P.Chidambaram.  The committee has requested the Union minister’s office for his appointment.  This report contains 800 pages and is going to decide the future of Andhra Pradesh or will have severe affect on Andhra Pradesh.  Central government is also worried what the future developments in the state are to be.  Prime Minister has held an urgent meeting with the senior ministers on 29.12.2010.  The meeting discussed various problems like what will the report of Sri Krishna Committee contain, what will the problems in various regions of Andhra Pradesh after the report, how to face them etc.  They also discussed whether the committee will suggest giving separate Telangana state or will recommend keeping Andhra Pradesh united.  Discussions also included other demands for separate states all over India.  This meeting continued for over an hour.  Central ministers Pranab Mukherjee, Antony, Chidambaram, Moily and central cabinet secretary Chandrasekhar, National Security Advisor Shiv Shankar Menon and home secretary G.K. Pillai attended the meeting along with other key officials.

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