Telangana Movement in English Complete Material (PDF Download)
We are of the opinion that this area should not be deprived of the benefit of irrigation on account of the reorganisation of States.”
The share of education funding for Telangana ranges from 9.86% in government-aided primary schools to 37.85% in government degree colleges.
The above numbers include the expenditure in Hyderabad. Budget allocations to Telangana are generally less than 1/3 of the total Andhra Pradesh budget.
There are allegations that in most years, funds allocated to Telangana were never spent. Since 1956, Andhra Pradesh government established 11 new medical colleges in the state. 8 were in Seemandhra and 3 were in Telangana.
Telangana was not compensated for lost opportunities because of inward migration of lot of students into Hyderabad from Seemandhra.
According to Professor Jayashankar only 20% o the total Government employecs, tess than 10% of employees in the secretariat, and less than 5%ofdepartment heads in the Andhra Pradesh government are from Telangana; those fronm other regions make up the bulk of employment.
He also alleged that the state was represented by Telangana chief ministers for only 6 1/2 years out of over five decades of its existence, with no chief minister from the region being in power continuously for more than 2 1/2 years.
As per Srikrishna committee on Telangana, Telangana held the position of CM for 10.5 years while Seema-Andhra region held it for 42 years.