Severe resistance if no decision taken by 28th: Prof Kodandaram

“We are hoping that the central government will take a decision before the 28th of this month. If it fails to do so, then TJAC would launch a severe resistance movement” warned TJAC chairman Prof Kodandaram. He also announced a series of protest programs to be held in the run up to the 28th Jan deadline.

Prof Kodandaram also announced that TJAC would participate in the CPI’s Telangana deeksha to be held on 19th Jan.

TJAC leader Srinivas Goud announced that starting the 17th, protest programs would be held in the constituencies of Telangana ministers.

TJAC spokesperson Vithal informed that a mouna deeksha would be held on 17th Jan at Gun Park with a purpose to exert pressure on Congress High Command during the Chintan Baithak.

Telangana Lecturers Forum chairman Katti Venkata Swamy announced that there would be bike rallies across Telangana on the 23rd of Jan.

Telangana employees JAC chairman G Deviprasad urged the union government to take a positive decision on Telangana by the 26th of Jan. He said that the people of Telangana would not accept any packages or councils. He also warned the Seemandhra leaders, who were trying to scuttle the formation of Telangana, that they would be shunted out of the region.

Deviprasad also stated that the employees of the region are ready to launch another round of general strike if needed.

Telangana Electricity Employees JAC president Raghu, Telangana Mala Mahanadu leader Addanki Dayakar, Rasamayi Balkishan from Telangana Dhoom Dham and several other activists participated in the TJAC meeting.

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