The clearance came from the newly formed state of Telangana that it does not want to invite any conflict with the centre. The T-govt want to find an alternative solution if the directive to share law and order powers of Hyderabad with governor by the Central government.
KT Rama Rao, the son of KCR and the IT and Panchayat Raj minister of the state termed the August 8 letter of the ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) as an “unprecedented situation” while he was talking to PTI.
The minister added, “We are not inviting conflict with the Centre. And what that recourse would be … it would be made explicitly clear in the coming days “.
He also hoped that Mr. Modi will respond positively to the letter written by the state government to the centre, asking to take back the direction issued by the ministry of home affairs.
He also said that law and order is a state affair, and any effort to infringe on the rights of the elected government is against the basic concept of federal structure.