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All Party meet ends, parties “sing all is not well”. MIM Demands Presidents rule in AP.


Asaduddin Owaisi MP, and his party MIM, maintains the non comital stand, on Telangana.

As expected the exercise ended with no improvement on the present state of affairs in the state of AP. In fact all parties in a joint statement after the meeting have appealed to the people of the state to maintain law and order and peace and allow the democratic means to take the centre stage. 

But individually the parties look as before with no greater improvement in their stand, in favour or against the state of Telangana.

The Home Minister took the brief of the discussion he had with the political parties to the PM for appraising what had been discussed in the meeting.  A statement may come to this effect,  by the late evening.

The expectation is PC or PM may,  request again to all the parties who attended and the people of the state to have restrain and maintain peace and normalcy in all the regions of the state.

Meanwhile they may request the political parties to work for consensus, and hopefully govt may accept the demand by some  parties like, PRP and MIM, who wanted govt to form of a committee to discuss the issue for reaching to a broader consensus.

The MIM has kept its cards close to its chest. The Member of Parliament and Leader of MIM Assaduddin Owaisi remained uncommitted on the issue of Telangana.  He has neither supported its formation nor denied it. 

Earlier in the day the media reported MIM as  a party which may oppose formation of the separate state out of  AP. But that did not happen.

Speaking to the Media after the meeting the MP said that ” The Muslims are a party to the Issue”  without elaborating he said ” His party requested the govt in the view of the growing violence, failure to maintain law and order, economic crisis… the state should be put on President’s rule for bringing  back the normalcy in the state.

Assaduddin Owaisi also requested the govt.  on behalf of the party, for formation of committee if possible headed by a Supreme Court Judge and with bureaucrats, representation of all the parties to find a solution to  the issue. In the event of such committees formation the MIM will give its opinion on the issue then. In absence of such committee,  he said  MIM party will give their stand of the issue to the Home Minister.

This stand taken by the MIM is seen as political statement, with no clarity by some, and some appreciate it as a wise statement in  seeing the type of confusion prevailing in the state.

All the major parties to the dispute TRS, BJP, CPi, CON, TDP and PRP have maintained their earlier stand for and against  Telangana, the mood is dampened.  How the things will unfold after the final statement of the result of this meeting after consultation with PM by the HM will have to see. 

Has the state pulled in to further uncertainty, with no respite to the students, business small and big, officials, general public, of the state.

 This has become like,  IPL series,  only a few matches are played till now, their seems to be long way to go before the quarters, semis, and the finals are played.

 what will be the time frame  for this series,  even the managers of the game do  not know.  

How can we expect the teams to comment on. Like always the spectators are at loss,  this has become like Kotla Pitch the match is called off in the mid,  with the the people of  Andhra Pradesh on the recieving end.

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