Governor to intervene in the Eamcet War
The recent pull and push games of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana government are leading to severe confusion in the student circles. Even now, 7 months after bifurcation.
Hyderabad: The recent pull and push games of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana government are leading to severe confusion in the student circles. Even now, 7 months after bifurcation. Now Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan, himself is taking the matter into his own hands, he is now making a last-ditch attempt on Saturday to resolve the ongoing Eamcet tussle between Telangana State and Andhra Pradesh by convening a joint meeting of education ministers of both states.
According to the sources a proposal will be made, that both states will conduct Eamcet each year alternatively. The proposal was brought forth with ministers of both the states, said they would discuss the proposal again with their respective Chief Ministers.
On the other hand, Telangana State Council of Higher Education decided against announcing the schedule for its Eamcet in view of education minister G Jagdish Reddy meeting with the Governor and his AP counterpart. AP HRD minister Ganta Srinivas Rao said that no decision was taken but hoped a decision in the interest of the students would be taken at the earliest.
Maintaining the similar strategy, Andhra Pradesh also withheld any decision of taking the legal route. The drama unfolded on Saturday with the Governor’s office rubbishing Mr Jagdish Reddy’s claims of the Governor being happy with the TS government’s stance of conducting Eamcet on its own for both states.