Re: Fwd: Can India be a conglomerate of 500 states?
I said I will not interact with you and on that particular topic.That does not mean that I will not react to the discussion on different topics relating to the subject.I was replying to the particular topic 'Can India be a conglomerate of 500 states?'.It will be meaningful if we express our views in relation to the observations made in the topic of discussion instead of broadcasting our pre-judgement.Your question and observation in the message is totally irrelevant to the points I have discussed on the topic. You are saying every thing except talking the grievances of Telangana. It is quite apparent that you have decided to say no to every thing that is Telangana. I will definitely interact wherever I feel there is a need and pour my views, to make the discussion meaningful in this forum, and oppose obscurantism against the democratic struggle of people.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, jeevananda reddy wrote:
> You said you are not going to interact any more. Again and again you are pouring your views. Let me ask you a simple question -- Who stopped Dr. M. Chenna Reddy to continue the movement, if he is really interested in separation? He would have continued until he gets the separation. He was happy with the power and development was achieved in his region at the cost of other regions; and now again somebody started. Don't you think such frequent power politics based moments affect the development and as well poor in all over Andhra Pradesh?
> NDA promised to give separate state but they gave three states and they did not dothe same for AP. Why?, they want power so every time the BJP play politics. Now, in 2014 BJP wants support and so again they harping on separate state. Shusma Swaraj talks too much but she has no standing in her own state and gor elected from Karnataka. In 2014 What happens, she does not know but harping on separating AP!!!
> Dr. S. Jeevananda Reddy
The person who originally asked this question should first know the meaning of a Conglomerate. If he did, he wouldn't have asked such a question. Let me help to educate:
Conglomerate Definition | Investopediawww.investopedia.com/terms/c/conglomerate.aspâA corporation that is made up of a number of different, seemingly unrelated businesses.
Well, it is clear that, by the definition, India IS NOT A CONGLOMERATE because it is not made up of seemingly unrelated parts.
Extrapolation from the present 29 States (the rest are UTs) to a total of 500 is nothing short of 500. What kind of a mind would go berserk like that?
With Telangana and every other demand for separate State currently, the number wouldn't even exceed 39! Any sense here?
I am reminded of Tenali Ramakrishna's admonition to that other poet who stated that the trunk of an elephant entered a mosquito :
Tenali's response? He said: Ekkada Kunjara Yudhambu Jochhe....?
Subhash C. Reddy, Ph.D.