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'Consensus and unanimity' not required for Telangana formation says former SC judge

September 16, 2012
Hyderabad

Taking a dig on at the Congress leaders and the Prime Minister on 'consensus and unanimity' remark on separate Telangana, former Supreme Court Judge B Sudarshan Reddy said that 'consensus and unanimity' can be found nowhere in the Constitution.

Addressing a meeting of the members of Andhra Pradesh Teachers Federation from Telangana districts on Sunday, Justice Sudarshan Reddy said that the propose 'Telangana march' on the 30th will be a great success. He questioned the necessity of a consensus and unanimity for the separate Telangana state.

On the issue of naxalite activity in smaller states as apprehended by the Union Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde, he said that the problem is not with smaller states but with only suppression and exploitation and as long as these exist, the problem will remain, he said.

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