If I get my conspiracy theory antennas up, I think the following scenario is what caused Telangana decision:
This is a decision ordered by Sonia Gandhi, influenced by her foriegn linkages (which can be easily deduced by the kind of decisions she has been stuffing down everyone’s throat). (I strongly believe she is a Western plant.)
There is a strong evangelical angle to it. Everything was fine when Sonia managed to put a Christian chief minister in place. YSR had a double personality — he was a hard-core evangelist at heart while dressing and talking like a traditional Telgu person. While in power, he surrounded himself with Christians, including his chief secretary. He was openly conniving with evangelist agenda, such as releasing government funds for building and renovating churches and giving pilgrimage subsidy to Christians for visiting Bethlehem and arranging state infrastructure for his son-in-law’s proselytising rallies.
With his death, there was panic and mourning in the church/CIA nexus. (Remember, americans opened a consulate in Hyderabad under YSR’s watch. The rabidly evangelical royalty of Scandanavian countries regularly began to visit Hyderabad after YSR came to power. Remember the breast beating in America and its extra-ordinary efforts to find YSR’s helicopter.)
Now, 90 percent of the 2.5 billion dollars that officially arrives into India from Christian countries is, according to a Home Ministry report, meant only for Tamil Nadu and Andhra — these two states have clearly been marked for massive Christianisation. (Their long coastline makes sure they will be economically viable as separate Christian countries when the Goras begun to do a North East here in some years.)
Most of the funding from Gora churches for Andhra, in turn, is earmarked for Telangana — this is the area where the pastors managed to infiltrate into rural areas and establish churches in villages which had never seen one.
It is this force which is behind the abrupt decision to declare Telangana merey two months after YSR’s death. YSR’s ‘sudden removal” threw a spanner in their work. There is no way they can implement their evangelical agenda without a Christian chief minister in power. (Rossiah has already begun touring Tirupati and other temples.)
The only soluton was to separate Telangana from rest of Andhra and begun working on it afresh with a sympathetic Congress and an obliging KRC in power. Most probably, congress will try to manoever a Christian into power there once it wins elections in Telangana. Christianisation of Telangana will be a god-send — it is contiguous to Christian areas of Chattisgarh, Vidharbha and Orissa, thus expanding the “Christian oil drop” further in central India.
Maoists (who are nothing but a tribal christian militia) will have massive power in Telangana — the small, impoverished state won’t be able to do much to stem their tide, especially with church-backed chief minister in power. This will be in contrast to big states which can throw a massive amount of resources and force in any part of the state to hose off any insurgency.
This Telangana thing only benefits the Maoists and church — essentially, one more nail in the coffin of Hindus due to their political blindness iin supporting Congress “leaders” who do not even pretend to represent their interests. (The same thing the goofballs did with supporting Gandhi who made no bones about the fact that in any confrontation, he will only side wth Muslims.)
I strongly suspect the Hyderbad consulate of US is behind this decision through Sonia Gandhi. I can only imagine the massive maps of Andhra dangling in its conference room, with detailed district-by-district census figures about religious demography.
In short, if HIndus of Telangana love their life and don’t want their leaders to be “suddenly removed” by Maoists (a la Orissa), they better reallise quickly which side their bread is buttered. India is too big. The Goras and their church want to gobble it up by dividing it into smaller helpings.