Ahead of the submission of its report to the Centre on the Telangana Statehood issue, Justice B.N. Srikrishna Committee held its last meeting on Thursday and is understood to have finalised the contents of the much-awaited report.
The five-member Committee met for over two hours at the Vigyan Bhavan here.
The Committee will call on Home Minister P. Chidambaram later today and submit the report which will give several options with their pros and cons to the contentious Statehood demand.
The Committee, which was constituted on February 3 to go in to the demand for a separate Telangana State as well as keeping Andhra Pradesh united, had on Tuesday said that the report will seek to give highest satisfaction to largest number of people.
Addressing a press conference here on Tuesday, Justice Srikrishna, who is a former Supreme Court Judge, had expressed hope that the report will bring out a permanent solution to the contentious issue of demands for bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh.
Refusing to go into the contents of the report, he had also expressed the hope that all political parties in the State will accept the report and maintain peace and harmony after the report is submitted.