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PMO instructs Home Ministry to prepare Cabinet note on Telangana state

Telangana is set to become 29th state after UPA govt gave go-ahead for bifurcation of Andhra.

Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: July 31, 2013 9:49 am

The Prime Minister’s office on Wednesday has instructed the Union Home Ministry to prepare a Cabinet note by tomorrow on creation of separate Telangana state.

After the Cabinet note,matter will be taken up by Andhra Pradesh Assembly and pass a resolution on the matter.

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Telangana is set to become the 29th state of the country with the ruling dispensation at the Centre on Tuesday giving the go-ahead for the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh to create a new state comprising 10 districts. Hyderabad will be the joint capital for 10 years during which Andhra Pradesh will be required to develop its new capital.

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Shortly after the UPA coordination committee unanimously approved the proposal for creation of the Telangana state,the Congress Working Committee (CWC) met on Tuesday evening to pass a resolution asking the Centre to take steps to create Telangana within a definite timeframe.

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A special cabinet meeting has been convened on Wednesday morning,which is expected to approve the proposal,initiating the process of creation of the new state.

While the Congress,by taking the political call,has moved this controversial subject out of its folder,there are still many imponderables that will have to be dealt with before Telangana comes into existence.

Though Congress leaders on Tuesday claimed that the process can be completed in four to five months,the CWC resolution was silent about any deadline. This may be for good reason as the road ahead promises to be arduous,allowing many opportunities for anti-Telangana groups to interject and delay the process.

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