The leaders of the Congress, TRS or others were constantly taunting the Telugu Desam on its stand on equitable justice for both regions. The shortcomings galore has proven that, Telugu Desam did the right thing and party was targeted unnecessarily.
In comprehensive Bill and reluctance of Union Home Ministry to furnish requisite information is like twisting someone's arm, which made the Chief Minister to point finger at his party's High Command on the issue. The elections to the Elders House has become obstacle to the Congress High Command to initiate disciplinary action against the defiant members. The present situation has become handy to the Chief Minister to hear his say. How far will he be successful one has to wait and watch.
Sending a draft Bill just to express the views during the last session of the present term of Assembly and not listing it among the bills to be tabled before the Parliament in the coming session and Union Home Ministry's stating it was immaterial if the AP Assembly rejected or approved the Bill as the Centre could go ahead with its plan to introduce in the Parliament can be termed as Anarchic.
'Those in office must eliminate the trust deficit between them and the people. Those in politics should understand that every election come with a warning sign: perform or perish'. These were the words said by the President of India, which should be taken into account by the UPA and if the Centre is sincere should immediately send the complete information in all respects, so that the Assembly could give its positive views and may be after necessary amendments the Parliament will pass it in the coming session.
Every one in AP hope that, there will not be any dilatory tactics on the issue by the Centre and unrest will be made to settle amicably.