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  • Info/Citation FAQ Research All Academic Inc. Document Separate Telangana Movement in India: Democratic Versus Territorial Unformatted Document Text: forms the context, in which regional unevenness and injustice is structured yet it cannot simply be equated with nor can it be understood solely in terms of nationality defined principally in terms of language. 12 A Demand for Separate State and Comparison of Different Phases: The issue of separate State is not a new phenomenon. It has its own history since independence, however if we look at the demand for a separate State of Telangana into three distinct phases form 1948 to the present. I Phase: 1948 – 1956 When India got independence in 1947, at the time Hyderabad State was under the control of Nizam Ruler Meer Usman Ali Khan. On 13 September 1948 the Government of India launched Police Action on Hyderabad. By 17 September 1948 Police Action was completed and Union Government integrates Nizam State into Indian Union. After the general election of 1952 the first popular ministry headed by B. Ramakrishna Rao took charge of the Hyderabad State. Later it was integrate with the Telugu speaking Andhra region, which was a part of Madras Presidency until 1953. After the Police Action, officials were brought from costal district of Andhra to Hyderabad State for “Administrative convenience”. But it led to agitation against non mulkis (outsiders) in August, 1952. The agitation was popularly known as the Mulki Movement. The students from the Telangana region actively participated in the movement which was suppressed by the authorities. The 1952 agitation is significant because it shaped the attitude of the people towards the issue of State Reorganization. The demand for separate Telangana State had its roots from the Mulki Movement. Though this movement was not articulated by political groups until the question of state Reorganization became a reality Sate Reorganization Commission: 12 Srinivasulu. K, The Thesis on the Question of Small States, in Simhadri P & Rao, Vishweshwer P.L, Telangana: Dimensions of Underdevelopment, Centre for Telangana Studies, 1997, pp.53 13 Authors: Begari, Jagan. Page 13 of 48 Convention All Academic Convention is the premier solution for your association's abstract management solutions needs. Submission - Custom fields, multiple submission types, tracks, audio visual, multiple upload formats, automatic conversion to pdf. Review - Peer Review, Bulk reviewer assignment, bulk emails, ranking, z-score statistics, and multiple worksheets! Reports - Many standard and custom reports generated while you wait. Print programs with participant indexes, event grids, and more! Scheduling - Flexible and convenient grid scheduling within rooms and buildings. Conflict checking and advanced filtering. Communication - Bulk email tools to help your administrators send reminders and responses. Use form letters, a message center, and much more! Management - Search tools, duplicate people management, editing tools, submission transfers, many tools to manage a variety of conference management headaches! Click here for more information. forms the context, in which regional unevenness and injustice is structured yet it cannot simply be equated with nor can it be understood solely in terms of nationality defined principally in terms of language. 12 A Demand for Separate State and Comparison of Different Phases: The issue of separate State is not a new phenomenon. It has its own history since
  • independence, however if we look at the demand for a separate State of Telangana into three distinct phases form 1948 to the present. I Phase: 1948 – 1956 When India got independence in 1947, at the time Hyderabad State was under the control of Nizam Ruler Meer Usman Ali Khan. On 13 September 1948 the Government of India launched Police Action on Hyderabad. By 17 September 1948 Police Action was completed and Union Government integrates Nizam State into Indian Union. After the general election of 1952 the first popular ministry headed by B. Ramakrishna Rao took charge of the Hyderabad State. Later it was integrate with the Telugu speaking Andhra region, which was a part of Madras Presidency until 1953. After the Police Action, officials were brought from costal district of Andhra to Hyderabad State for “ Administrative convenience”. But it led to agitation against non mulkis (outsiders) in August, 1952. The agitation was popularly known as the Mulki Movement. The students from the Telangana region actively participated in the movement which was suppressed by the authorities. The 1952 agitation is significant because it shaped the attitude of the people towards the issue of State Reorganization. The demand for separate Telangana State had its roots from the Mulki Movement. Though this movement was not articulated by political groups until the question of state Reorganization became a reality Sate Reorganization Commission: 12 Srinivasulu. K, The Thesis on the Question of Small States, in Simhadri P & Rao, Vishweshwer P.L, Telangana: Dimensions of Underdevelopment, Centre for Telangana Studies, 1997, pp.53 13 Page 13 of 48 ©2012 All Academic, Inc.