Over the period of British rule in India, it consisted of provinces under the British government while the princely states were governed by local kings. India witnessed a surge in the formation of states over the period since 1947. The smaller division of states had an immense effect on the country’s overall dynamics. Andhra Pradesh was the first state to be separated on basis of linguistic factors leading to similar demands from throughout the country. In this paper we have carried out the detail study of formation and development of Andhra Pradesh since 1953, highlighting the reasons for demand of separation of Telangana region from its mother state and comparing the past to present scenario of both the regions via. factors such as their socio-economic and infrastructure development.
Shah, R. B., Kumar, P., Varadpande, M. M., Singh, S., & Abhyankar, A. (2021). CREATION OF TELANGANA: A CASE FOR A BETTER GOVERNED SMALLER STATE. Journal of Emerging Technologies and Business Management, 10(1), 36. https://jetbm.imtnagpur.ac.in/journal/vol10/iss1/3