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Muslim Forum for Telangana denounce Srikrishna Committee Report

Thursday January 06, 2011 09:46:50 PM, ummid.com Staff Reporter

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Malegaon: Muslim Forum for Telangana in a statement released January 6 has condemned the options given by the Srikrishna Committee on Telangana issue equating it like a saying “old wine in a new bottle”.

 

"This forum rejects the whole report of Srikrishna Committee and called this report as useless exercise that wasted the time, money and energy of the government and the people. Srikrishna committee report is like a saying in Urdu, “khoda pahad nikla chuha who bhi mara huva”", Convener of the forum Lateef Mohd Khan said.

 

"Instead of solving the problem this committee has tried to dissolve it and make it a more complicated one. This forum strongly believes that this report is not fair and the impact of Andhra political class reflects from this report", he added.

"The people of Telangana had lot of hopes on this committee but this committee has betrayed their hopes and aspirations. Due to this report the sentiments of Telangana people have been hurt to largest extent and their confidence has been shaken badly", he said.

Stating that the people of Telangana are suffering since 1956 i.e. from the formation of Andhra Pradesh and rights of the people have been always violated, he said, "It is why we are demanding for separate statehood. But every time and on every occasion the people of Telangana have been cheated at every stage on the name of agreements, packages, and commissions. However, these have been never implemented."
 

"Muslim Forum for Telangana demands separate Telangana which has self- respect, self rule and Hyderabad as its capital. We also demand to introduce Telangana bill in the Parliament without any delay", he said.
 

  

 

 

 

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