In the end phase of bifurcation, Telangana Rashtra Samiti and Telugu Desam Party still have a lot to fight for. At this stage, the Telangana Chief Minister-designate's taking confrontational course either it is on sharing of resources or issues related to allotment of employees to the secretariat is not a healthy sign, when people of Telangana have high expectations on him and hopes K. Chandrashekhar Rao will take every one along.
When it is a known fact that issues arising out of
the bifurcation are complex and can be resolved only through
established procedures, nothing is to be gained from emotional
outbursts that appeal to parochial sensibilities.
Chandrashekar Rao and Chandrababu Naidu must behave
like Statesman and work in better coordination when mechanisms for
dispute resolution are already in place.
One hopes that, the governments of the two
successor-states will not do such things that could complicate the
process of sharing and redistribution also widen the gap between the
Telugu speaking people.
A better deal can be achieved for both the states -
as one ruling party is alliance partner in the Centre as well as
opposition in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana respectively, if the
ruling party in Telangana tries for a cordial relationship with both
Centre and successor state.