Kosal Kranti Dal (KKD) urges early formation of 2nd SRC (State Reorganisation Commission)

November 7, 2011 at 8:25 am Leave a comment

Following is a report from the Pioneer:

The Kosal Kranti Dal (KKD) has strongly advocated for constitution of a second SRC (State Reorganisation Commission) to resolve the separate statehood issues. This would go a long way in addressing the issues peacefully, said KKD secretary general Baidyanath Mishra while speaking to the Press here.

Mishra said the Telangana agitation has taken a severe toll of men and property worth thousands of crores of rupees. This could have been solved long back had the Government gone in for an SRC instead of a one-man commission, which came out with multiple choices. The U-turn in the Telangana tangle has created a credibility gap between the Government and the people of Telangana. No amount of damage control exercise would assuage the feelings of Telangana denizens unless Andhra Pradesh is divided.

An SRC should bring all separate State demands, including Kosal in Odisha, into its orbit, but the Telangana issue has to get priority over others and must be decided within a specific timeframe. Then, it is up to the convenience of the commission to redress issue relating to other new States, Mishra said.

Asked as to where the demand for a Kosal State stands in order of preference, he said logicallyit should be next to Telangana.


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