The Srikrishna Committee on Telangana on Thursday submitted its report to Union Home Ministry. The report is expected to decide the fate of Andhra Pradesh - whether it will be bifurcated or not.
3.30 pm: The Home Minister said all political parties and groups have given an assurance that they will maintain peace, harmony and law and order. "We welcome and believe these assurances".
3.20 pm: The first part of the report contains guidelines to the Central Government and the second part contains the opinions of the people, political parties and politicians
3.05 pm: Justice Srikrishna appeals to the people of AP to maintain peace
3.00pm: Chidambaram said the government would consider the report carefully
2.50 pm: Report will be published only after all party-meeting on Thursday, January 6, says Chidambaram
2.49 pm: Chidambaram says he proposed to convene a meeting of 8 recognised political parties of Andhra Pradesh
2.47 pm: Home Minister P Chidambaram appeals for peace
2.46 pm: The Justice Srikrishna panel has done a good job by consulting the people of Andhra Pradesh, says Chidambaram
2.45 pm: Home Minister P Chidambaram says action on the report only after consultation with all parties
2.32 pm: The report will be made public on Jan 6, 2011.
2.30 pm: Report is in two volumes with a total of 600 pages
2.30 pm: Justice Srikrishna submits report on Telangana to Home Minister P Chidambaram