The bifurcation of the State will cause problems to students, said Indian Medical Association (IMA) Finance Committee Chairman D. Srihari Rao.

Speaking at ‘Vidyarthi Chaitanya Sadassu’ conducted by Samaikhya Andhra Parirakshana Samithi (SAPS) at Vaishnavi Engineering College here on Wednesday, he said that sailing would not be smooth for students in a divided land.

The present demand, if accepted, might even lead to demands to split districts into separate states. “Seemandhra people are not ready to lose Hyderabad in the process,” Dr. Rao added.

SPMVV Engineering College director C. Eswar Reddy said that Rayalaseema would face severe water shortage if Telangana was formed.