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Jul 29, 2013

Will Telangana formation help Congress in 2014?

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News is buzzing around and anytime a new state – Telangana could be curved out of Andhra Pradesh with 10 districts having in it. Top brass Congress leaders have been on agenda to get a final outcome on the much awaited decision.

The formation of new state could have mixed response in the state of Andhra Pradesh as well as among Congress leaders of both Congress party and its Andhra Pradesh state unit.

Currently, deciding the capital for the new to be Telangana is bone of contention for all the leaders. But another question rises here that – will Congress Party gain from this trump card in the forthcoming general elections in 2014?

Finally the Congress party has been unfolding its card on the long standing issue to form the newly state. The party may gain some favour by deciding to have new state for the people those have been demanding for long time. But the real hero would be the TRC party, which reportedly fought the battle for new state.

Many supporters of Telangana have lost their life in deadly protest as witnessed since the movement for new state was began in Andhra Pradesh. Politically it has been one of the sensitive issues, since the Congress has its government in the state of Andhra Pradesh.

After losing its popular leader YS Rajasekha Reddy, the popularity of Congress might be down in Andhra Pradesh, as another party is being formed by Jagan – YSR Congress Party. And the Padayarta from the family member of late Congress leader YSR might be a setback for the Congress party.

Amid the scenario the Congress party may get some favour by declaring a new state – Telangana. But the flip side it might also face irk of the people of Andhra Pradesh, those were not favour to let Telangana go from its land.

There were mixed reaction over the formation of Telengana state in Congress party. However, the official declaration from the Congress party high command is yet to hit the news.


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