The process of carving out of Telangana from the state of Andhra Pradesh is speeding up. Whatever the obstacles, it should be easily overcome by the UPA Government with their knowledge and intelligence. Even at this time some Andhra leaders including Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy is making false and improper statements that they would stop the bifurcation.
The politicians of Seemandhra know that the struggle to keep Andhra United, was over, but they would like to strive for their last effort to win over Telangana politicians. All these, put people of Andhra in miseries as in future Telangana people may take revenge as they put them in troubles till the last minute to leave their own land. Only few politicians of Central coastal region are doing like this as they will not stay in Andhra and always busy with their businesses.
The Coastline of Andhra and Odisha is in the grip of fear as the Cyclone Phailon is fast coming to land between kaligapatnam of Srikakulam district and Gopalpur of Ganjam district. while on crossing the coast a huge damage is being expected to crops and properties. However the central Government and the both state governments have prepared plans to minimise the damage. Already, it is raining here and heavy to heavy rains are expected and all rail and road transport may hit in a big way after and before of the cyclone crosses the coast.
While Telangana issue is on the way to get settled, in the mean time Seemandhra issue has risen. The central government is seeing the 'tamasha' as a mute spectator. Is there any end to Andhra Pradesh crisis? Who will tie the bell in the neck of cat to settle the problem?