Telangana government is asking for what it wants, but does not want to go by the law, commented Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu when he spoke to the scribes during the inspection of Secretariat works. It should be more a policy of give and take, he opined.
Why should Telangana government make so much fuss about the division of high court? It has been mentioned clearly in the bifurcation law on how the division has to happen. The problem will be solved if AP, Telangana and Central government sit together and discuss, he said.
When Telangana government is so anxious about the division of high court, why is it not so forthcoming about the division of corporation as per the 9, 10 schedule, he demanded. As Supreme Court’s directive on higher education, the assets have to be divided by 42.58 percent; The Telangana government is yet to respond on the same.
Interestingly when Telangana government – be it CM Chandrasekhara Rao or anyone else speaks to the press, they say similar things about how issues should be resolved by sitting together and discussing; apparently atleast on face, both the governments seem to be agreeing on discussion as the solution – yet we do not see that happening. Wonder why?