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Sunday, February 28, 2010


The Justice B N Srikrishna Committee seems to be running into problems even before it could hold its first sitting with the BJP announcing on Saturday that the committee had no legality and that the national party would boycott it. Addressing the media here,senior BJP leader M Venkaiah Naidu said the setting up of the committee was against the spirit of the Centres December 9 announcement where it said it would initiate the process of creating aseparate Telangana state. It is a waste of public money and time. Also, it is not clear whether the UPA government will accept the recommendations of committee. We believe that this panel will meet the same fate as that of the Pranab Mukherjee committee,which was also formed for taking the views of various political parties on the T issue, Naidu said.Of the eight recognised political parties that have been invited to present their views to the Srikrishna committee,the BJP is the first to boycott it.Of the remaining,the TRS too is likely to boycott though it is still to formally announce its decision,while the Congress and TDP are likely to project both points of view.
T panel can do little justice

Hyderabad: The MIM is expected to declare its stand on the Justice B N Srinkrishna committee in the second week of March. With BJP to boycott the panel and both Congress and TDP likely to project both anti and pro Telangana viewpoints,that leaves only the minor parties like CPM,CPI and PRP.In such circumstances,what justice can the committee do to the purpose it was set up for, wondered a leader.
Meanwhile,panel members are slated to come to Hyderabad on March 4 on a two-day visit.It will be an introductory one during which the committee members will interact with all the registered parties in the two days, member secretary V K Duggal told TOI from New Delhi. When asked about the decision of the BJP to boycott the panel,Duggal said: There is very little we can to when a party decides to distance itself from the committee, he said. The commission will urge parties to send their views before March 20,the deadline given to the eight political parties.

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