Seemandhra MPs and Seemandhra political parties are moving earth and heavens to grab the Hyderabad in one way or the other from Telangana. Telangana MP’s are prepared to surrender to their pressures to the any extent. One MP says that he is prepared to accept Hyderabad as common capital for ten years and the other MP says entire HMDA can be part of common capital. Seemandhra agitation proved more than enough that there is no Samaikyandhra at all. Their fight is not for unity or so, but for only to grab the Hyderabad.
Here in Telangana all leaders were down with deceptive silence. While Kirankumar Reddy spreading canards on movement, our Congress ministers from Telangana were just became spectators. No one is seriously thinking about consequences of these statements. None of the Congress MP’s of Telangana has the guts to challenge this move by Centre. They are busy in lobbying for their share of power in post-Telangana.
Here is the letter of 32 non-Andhra MPs of Madras (Tamilnadu) state to the Prime Minister of India in March, 1953 against the proposal of making Madras as either temporary or transitional or guest capital of Andhra state. There is a lot for our Telangana politicians to learn from the Tamil MPs, who had fought tooth and nail to stall the proposal to make Madras even a temporary capital. Let us hope wisdom dawns on our MPs, MLAs, Ministers… Amen.