How Hyderabad State was formed? Formation of Popular Ministry in 1952?
1952 Formation of Democratic Government
Nizam’s Hyderabad princely state was emerged as Hyderabad State without any geographical changes.
1st General Elections, in Hyderabad State, were held in February 1952. The parties participated in these elections were: Congress Party, Communist Party, People’s Democratic Front, Peasants and Workers Party, Socialist Party, Scheduled Castes Federation Party.
In these elections, Communist Party won majority of seats in Telangana, Andhra and Madras. Communist Party believed that, if Telangana and Andhra are merged, definitely they can form their Government. With this view Communist Party intensified movement for the formation of Vishaalaandhra.
There were 16 districts in Hyderabad State.
|1||Telangana 8 districts||95 MLAs|
|2||Maraata 5 districts||44 MLAs|
|3||Kannada 3 districts||36 MLAs|
Seats won by various parties:
|5||Scheduled Castes Federation Party||05|
Boorgula Ramakrishna Rao Ministry
|Boorgula Ramakrishna Rao||Chief Minister|
|Digambara Rao Bindoo||Home Minister|
|K. V. Ranga Reddy||Excise|
|Vinayaka Rao Koratkor||Trade and Inustries|
|Mehadi Nawaz Jung||Public Works|
|Poolchand Gandhi||Public Health and|
|Marri Chenna Reddy||Agriculture and Public distribution|
|Anna Rao Ganamukhi||Local Administration|
|Jagannatha Rao Chandarki||Law and Endowments|
|Valluri Basava Raju||Labour and Rehabilitation|
|Shankar Dev||Social Welfare|
|Devi Singh Chouhan||Rural reconstruction|
Opposition Party – Peoples Democratic Front.
Opposition Party leader – V.D. Deshpandey (Maratwada).
Speaker – Kashinath Rao Vaidya
Deputy Speaker – Pampanna Gouda
M.K. Vellodi, an ICS officer, was the chief advisor to Boorgula Ramakrishna Rao ministry. From this it is clear that Boorgula Ramakrishna Rao was the CM for name sake. Real power was exercised by Vellodi.