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If no TRS merger, get ready for Rayala Telangana

Rayala Telangana It is almost certain that the Congress high command is tilting towards the formation of Rayala Telangana. If, the fast changing developments at the Central level are to be believed, the Rayala Telangana proposal will be part of the AP Reorganisation Bill 2013.

The biggest loser with Rayala Telangana will be the TRS Party. With no presence at all in Anantapur and Kurnool districts, it will be a difficult situation for the TRS to dominate the political scene in Rayala Telangana state. TRS is also weak in Hyderabad and some other parts of Telangana region. The TRS may have to depend on the Congress or the TDP if it crosses half the mark in the next Assembly elections.

Congress is not sure of gaining upper hand in Telangana, as suggested by several surveys. The Congress game plan is well understood in this context and it likes to dictate the terms in Rayala Telangana, in the post bifurcation scenario. So, the merger ball is again into the hands of TRS !

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1 thought on “If no TRS merger, get ready for Rayala Telangana

  1. Kunuthur Srinivasa Reddy

    It is a good strategy for the Indian National Congress to deflate TRS if not KCR in particular to seriously plan for the creation of Rayala Telangana merging Anantapur and Kurnool districts of Rayalaseema, for having burnt the boat after crossing the river by ditching the INC, which has its roots since country' s freedom struggle and can not allow a regional party TRS to black smear the face of Congress. No doubt politics and principles do not go together whereas, it is essential to self assess the strength and credibility of TRS among the people living in Telangana of whom sizable section of people are the natives of Coastal Andhra or Rayalaseema regions of Andhra Pradesh. There is already a Democle's Sword hanging over UPA for its dubious distinction in bifurcating the State of Andhra Pradesh as the issue is being litigated at the Apex Court of India which is due to hear the petitions in August, 2014.


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