Will bifurcation stops by rejecting the T-bill?

Publish Date:Jan 30, 2014



Indeed, what Digvijay Singh has said about successfully completing major part of bifurcation process is true, because now Centre is free to handle this issue anyway it likes to do, considering that President doesn’t raise objections and no legal problems pops up over the T-Bill.


T-leaders unanimously opine that Seemandhra leaders have played all this drama only to win the hearts of the people that they represent, but did nothing harm to the T-Bill as the resolution passed against will have no impact on it. However, every Seemandhra leader is very happy for getting a perfect reason to claim himself/herself as war hero, who defeated the T-Bill in both houses.


But, they have to answer a simple question. Will bifurcation of the state stopped with by rejecting the T-Bill in both houses? ‘ No!’ says Digvijay Singh.


He said the resolution will have no impact or will bind the Centre from passing the T-Bill in Parliament. He said Article: 3 of constitution provide sufficient powers to the Centre for dividing any state in the country. He may be very correct as far as Article 3 is concerned, but not if President of India raises any objections on the bill or Supreme Court serves notices to the Centre seeking its explanation on it, if someone files petitions against the Centre and the T-Bill. It also has to ensure BJP support to it. If, it could overcome these three major hurdles, nothing can stop it from dividing the state.

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