I am not a politician. I have nothing to do with Congress or BJP or any other party. I am writing this only out of genuine concern about the manner in which our rulers for their selfish purposes are making fools of people of India, (and of course people of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh).
Hence, I request my readers not to misunderstand me. My readers are free to bang me.
ఏపీ విభజన చట్టాన్ని మార్చడం తప్పనిసరి. దానిని ఆదరాబాదరా రూపొందించారు రెండు రాష్ట్రాల విషయాల్లోనూ లొసుగులున్నాయి ... మార్పులపై జైరాం, ఇతర కాంగ్రెస్ నేతలతో చర్చిస్తున్నా చట్ట సవరణా.. రాజ్యాంగ సవరణా.. ఆలోచిస్తున్నాం ఈ సమావేశాల్లో సాధ్యమవుతుందో లేదో చూడాలి కేంద్రానికి సహకరిస్తామని టీఆర్ఎస్ చెప్పడం సంతోషం.
English: Full of pitfalls.
"...The AP Reorganisation Act 2014 is riddled with loopholes and the Narendra Modi-led government is likely to make amendments to plug them..."
"...the Act was hurried up at the fag end of the UPA regime. It (AP Reorganisation Act 2014) has many loopholes and amendments would be brought to check the anomalies in the Act in the Parliament soon..."
It is essential that A.P. Reorganisation Act should be changed.
Approximate Hindi Gist: छिद्रों से भरा हुआ है। "... आंध्र प्रदेश विभजन कानून २०१४ (एपी पुनर्घटन अधिनियम २०१४) छिद्रों से भरा हुआ है। नरेंद्र मोडी सर्कार उन छिद्रों को भरने के लिये उस में संस्करण संस्करण लाने के संभावना है। यूपीये पालन के आखरी दिनों में, उल अधिनियम जल्दबाजी से लाया गया है। उस अधिनियम को बदलने के लिये, संसद में संशोधन बिल ला जायेगा।..."Observations of ybrao a donkey बैवीराव गधे का विनम्र राय వైబీరావ్ గాడిద వినమ్ర వ్యాఖ్య 1. AP Reorganisation Bill was passed in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha in 2014 after shutting up Lok Sabha TV channel, after effectively coercing the M.P.s of all parties belonging to Coastal Andhra and Rayala Seema.
2. B.J.P.'s role in this coercion is well-known. BJP prodded UPA rulers to push through the bill. Unable to bear the torture from TRS and BJP, and for its selfish political reasons, Congress went ahead with the defective ReOrganisation Bill in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. BJP took credit for pushing through the bill in Parliament. Mr. Arun Jaitley, Ms. Sushma Swaraj, and Mr. Venkaiah Naidu bloated and boasted themselves with inflated claims of their achievement in bestowing Statehood to Telangana, without taking care of the genuine concerns of the people of the Seemandhra.
3. Mr. Narendra Modi was already a PM candidate when the A.P. Reorganisation Bill was passed in Parliament. It was true that he was not an MP when the bill was passed. But at the same time, as a key member in the decision making organs of BJP, he had a responsibility to oversee that BJP supported it only if the Bill was free of loopholes. He knew that granting "special status" and "special packages" to Andhra Pradesh would be objected to by other States, particularly other backward States. Their objections will also be genuine because many States in India are as backward as or , more backward than Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. Giving special packages and special statuses to A.P. and Telangana was not possible. For understanding this, no special acumen or IQ is necessary. In his election speeches in both States, Mr. Narendra Modi made lofty promises, though, of course, he did not make an express promise of special status. It would have been very honest and sincere on the part of Mr. Narendra Modi to tell his colleagues Ms. Sushma Swaraj, Mr. Arun Jaitley and Mr. Venkaiah Naidu, not to make false promises, and also not to drive Chidambaram-Jairam Ramesh-Manmohan Singh Company make false and vague promises, make vague provisions such as Governor's supervision on law and order in Hyderabad. Consequently, both NDA and UPA made false promises and pushed through the bill, though it may not be with absolute dishonesty, but with near-dishonesty.
Now saying that A.P. Reorganisation Act 2014 is full of loopholes, is nothing but sheer opportunism. All the four (dushta?) chatushtayam (Mr. Narendra Modi, Ms. Sushma Swaraj, Mr. Arun Jaitley, and Mr. Venkaiah Naidu + Mr. Chandra Babu Naidu) have a duty to apologise to the people of Andhra Pradesh.
Congress need not apologise, because it is already in the dustbin. Nobody cares for it.
Mr. Kiran Kumar Reddy was very much right, that he predicted that there would be serious problems in forced unamicable division.
(Needs to be corrected, to make it more acceptable.)