Desperate call for not to put ban on screening of films in the name of anti Andhra is a welcome sign of things in right direction. It brigs to fore futility of TJAC's actions to divide AP. TJAC, KCR, TRS, YSR congress and the likes are all tools in the hands of Congress under Sonia. Even hawkers in the City are against division of the State. Not to speak of Muslims who constitute 41% of city's population. MIM openly declares that it is for United AP. Then whose agenda is this to divide AP. Apparently, it is the sketch of Sonia's congress and BJP. So as to pin down Telugu people for ever in National politics. May be they intend to permanently check another PV becoming PM of India.
Responses from the readers of TOI till date, 12.8.13 are as follows:
The above letter was written by me in response to a news item, "Telangana distributors against ban on movies", The Samaikyandhra agitation and the threats to Ram Charan Tej starrer 'Toofan' has hit film trade in Telangana badly, following which trade bodies do not want to bans on any more big star films.Times of India
No problem for the Congress in toto. YSR is DNA of Congress. For the time being it may be feigning support to Samaikhyandhra ( Unified State ) but it would switch sides. YSR congress' support for Samikhyandhra is apparently a political ploy of Congress party. Notwithstanding YSRC's opposition to the division Congress may divide the State. In that case also YSRC is going to win most of MP and MLA seats in Coastal and Rayalaseema districts and it would eventually support Congress in Center to form government. So Congress is no loser any way. An also in Telangana districts TRS likely to win most of the seats and it is openly telling that it would merge with Congress. So no loss in Telangana also for Congress. MIM even though against division of the State openly it is a natural ally of Congress. So in the City of Hyderabad also Congress is no loser. Only Telugu people lose.
Responses till date, 12.8.13 are as follows:AP division puzzle: Congress faces exodus, YSR Congress in problem of plenty", The Congress is facing sever angst in the Seemandhra region which comprise four districts of Rayalaseema and nine districts of coastal Andhra, for its decision to carve a separate Telangana state.Times of India
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