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Consultations almost complete

Staff Reporter

HYDERABAD: The Srikrishna Committee was not oblivious to what was happening on the ground and it was taking note of every development and incident in Andhra Pradesh, Chairman of the panel Justice B.N. Srikrishna stated here on Friday.

“We will take note of all developments and related comments in the media. Every happening is in our knowledge and all facts are being noted. However, the inferences we draw from them is our privilege”, Justice Srikrishna said while responding to a question at a press conference here on Friday whether the Committee would consider the results of recent byelections in Telangana.

Justice Srikrishna said the committee would make its reading of the situation which would be clearly reflected in its report to be submitted by December 31. But, the opinion they had drawn would not be disclosed now. Asked whether there would be any impact of sentiments, emotions and suicides on the committee's report, he said they would not have any effect. Member-Secretary V.K. Duggal stated that the Committee had completed about 99 per cent of its consultations would be meeting a few more groups in the first or second week of September. A group of Congress MPs from the State would meet the committee, possibly after the ongoing Parliament session, he said.

By August-end, the committee would visit some Rayalaseema and Telangana districts and by mid-September complete all visits and consultations and start compiling the report. Consultants of the committee carrying out specific research work would also complete their work by September-end.

Tour by train

“The committee's endeavour is to suggest a way forward that is best suited for the people of all regions of Andhra Pradesh”, Mr. Duggal said. The committee would take a trip by train from Shadnagar to Kadapa to interact with people in September. They would also take road to visit some areas in Rayalaseema then.

The committee had received about 1.15 lakh representations, excluding the ones submitted by hand and collected during the field visits.

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