KIRAN REDDY SCARED GROUP OF MINISTERS ON TELANGANA
NAXAL-COMMUNAL AND TERRORISTS WILL MAKE USE OF BIFURCATION
By R Rajagopalan
Kiran Kumar Reddy Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh on Monday
said that if Andhra Pradesh is bifurcated, there will be a political instability naxal threats terrorists and Communal violence and maintaining law and order in Hyderabad will be very difficult with communally hypersensitive Hyderabad. Kiran Reddy therefore appealed to the wisdom of decision makers at national level not to split the beautiful state of Andhra Pradesh.
Kiran Reddy rolled out facts and figures and scared the Group of Ministers with Internal security issue for not to create Telangana. Kiran Reddy said three aspects
Kiran Reddy argued for united Andhra Pradesh-by focussing the speeches of Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh in various meetings on Left Wing Extremism. Dr Manmohan Singh said that Naxalims is the single biggest internal security challenge ever faced by India
Making a presentation on Issues of Internal secuirty before the Group of Ministers Constituted fro bifucation of sthe state of Andhra Pradesh By Kiran Kumar Reddy on November 18, 2013
Kiran Reddy while concluding his presentation stated the following three important points.
Kiran Reddy said that expected political instability coupled with limited resources of Law Enforcement on account of smaller size of the Telangana state will have serious implications for countering the threat of Naxals Terrorists and communal violence.
The re-emergence of Naxal violence in Telangana state will automatically lead to increase in Naxal activity in the residual state of Andhra Pradesh too
The law and Order situation in Hyderabad city will come under severe stress and strain on a regular basis.
The division of the state has therefore dangerous implications to the safety and security of people of both the new states proposed especially to the people of Hyderabad City.
Therefore the division of the state is not recommended in over all interests of safety and security needs of people of both the regions.