Telangana completes four years: State faces massive development challenges, most of them legacy issues
he 29th state of the Union of India, Telangana has completed four years of its existence. The formation of the state was the result of decades of struggle by people. However, amidst talk of high growth and investment in the state of Telangana, there are significant development fault lines. Most of these are legacy problems, as this region had faced neglect in terms of development in the united state. Following are some challenges that the state faces.
-Telangana is a fast urbanising state. The urban population in the state grew by 38.12 percent in the decade from 2001 to 2011, as compared with 25.13 percent in the preceding decade. In sharp contrast, the rural population in the state grew by a modest 2.13 percent, as per the 2011 census.