TJAC dharna at Collectorates

Adilabad: Leaders of Telangana political JAC led a massive dharna near the District Collectorate in the town on Tuesday alleging that the State Government had ignored to fulfill the promises made by it at the end of Telangana agitation which lasted for more than 40 days.

TRS MLAs Kaveti Sammaiah, Gaddam Aravinda Reddy and Nallala Odelu, leaders of BJP, CPI-ML (New Democracy) and leaders of Government employees and teachers associations participated in the dharna.

TRS MLAs, addressing the meeting on the occasion, said the Central and State Governments did not heed to the sentiments of 4.5 cr people of Telangana region. At the end of Sakala Janula Samme, which went on for 42 days, the State Government had promised lifting of cases against the agitators, considering the strike period as on leave to the employees along with other assurances. But the promises were not fulfilled so far, they regretted.

They said that because of the dual policy by the Congress and TDP, the decision on formation of separate Telangana was delayed by the Government.People of Telangana region would teach a fitting lesson to both Congress and TDP during the forthcoming by-polls, they stated.

Meanwhile, the TJAC (East) district committee leaders led a dharna at the office of the Revenue Divisional Officer (RDO) at Manchiryal on Tuesday.

TJAC district convener Mahendranath, Employees JAC district convener Rajeswara Reddy, TRS district president Puranam Satishkumar, K Srihari Rao, BJP district president Ravula Ramnath, former MLA Jogu Ramanna and others participated.

Karimnagar: Demanding removal of all cases registered against Telangana protagonists and introduction of a separate Telangana bill in the ensuing budget session of Parliament, Telangana Joint Action Committee (TJAC) staged a dharna in front of the Collectorate here on Tuesday. Addressing the gathering, former Minister and TRS senior leader Captain Laxmi Kantha Rao criticised the State Government for failing to keep its promise that all the cases would be withdrawn once the Sakala Janula Samme (general strike) was called off.

“The Union Government, at least, should abide by its promise and introduce a Telangana bill in the coming Parliament session. Otherwise, it will face the wrath of people in the days to come,” he cautioned.

TRS MLC Naradasu Laxman Rao alleged that the Seemandhra leaders had been deceiving people of the region for over the decades and they were trying to scuttle the process of carving out a Telangana state.

Despite some political parties led by the Seemandhra leaders hatching a conspiracy against the ongoing Telangana movement, the Telangana people are not in a position to fall in their trap and they are ready to teach a lesson to them,” he stated.

“No one can stop the Telangana movement with foisting cases and threatening the people. We will intensify the movement and will mount the pressure on the UPA Government until a categorical decision on bifurcation of the State is taken,” TRS MLA Koppula Eswar said.

TJAC district president Venkata Mallaiah and New Democracy leaders were present.

Khammam: Leaders of Employees and political JAC , CPM New Democracy, TRS, BJP and Government Employees Associations took out a rally from Pavillion Ground to the District Collectorate in the town on Tuesday demanding the State Government not to harass employees and students who had taken part in the agitation for separate Telangana.

They further demanded lifting of cases registered against the students during the agitation. They also demanded that a bill be introduced in the Parliament for creation of separate Telangana.

TRS politburo member and former minister Gunde Vijayarama Rao, Employees Associations JAC district chairman Ranga Raju, CPI-ML-New Democracy district secretary Potu Ranga Rao, TRS district convener Rajender participated in the rally.Dharnas were held in other districts of Telangana. [The HANS India]

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