Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Telangana and The Muslim Question with MIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi . . .

Andhra Pradesh is counting its last nights, India's oldest statehood movement seem to have jolted Indian National Congress and its political calculations. As Telangana or in Delhi political catalog as Rayal-Telangana or a Hyderabad State appears to be a certainty, standing just next to the corner of new political arena of south Indian politics, there is one party which begs to differ. The grand old party of Deccan Majlis-e-Itehadul Muslimeen (MIM) has up their ante against any move to bifurcate Andhra Pdraesh, and party president Asaduddin Owaisi has emerged as passionate protagonist of United Andhra Pradesh more so from his counterparts in Seema Andhra. This new found fervor against any move to divide the state according to MIM is to protect the Muslim interest. TwoCircles.net interview Member of Parliament from Hyderabad Mr. Asaduddin Owaisi on his reservations of separate Telangana state and impact of decision which Muslim political leadership took against the popular mood in the region.

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