Telangana political JAC is all set to take the T battle to Delhi from June to mount pressure on Centre to introduce the separate Telangana bill during the monsoon session of the Parliament. The game plan, according to TAC sources, is that if they carry out the agitation under the very nose of the central government, it will build pressure on the UPA and compel it to take notice of the aspirations of the people Telangana. TJAC chairman M. Kodandaram on Sunday convened a two-day meeting in Delhi with the representatives of several political parties and people’s organizations. According to sources, the participants discussed Chapter-VIII of the Srikrishna Committee report and strategies for the next phase of the movement.
The JAC demanded that the Centre should make the controversial chapter of Srikrishna report public. M Kodandaram Mr Kodandaram said that the JAC steering committee would meet in 3-4 days time to discuss the action plan. “The TJAC has not jettisoned or slowed down the movement but is conducting the movement with a particular strategy,” he said. The Telangana Joint Action Committee views June to be a very crucial time for the Telangana movement and believes that the government may take a final decision to resolve the tangle during the month.
Mr Kodandaram criticized The telangana TDP leaders for having failed to adopt a resolution in favour of the separate state in the just concluded Mahanadu. He also said that the Telangana TDP leaders have to face the anger of the people in the coming days.
The suspended TDP leader Nagam Janardhan Reddy also attended the meeting. Mr Nagam is said to have remarked that Seemandhra Congress leaders had strongly influenced the Centre and prevented it from making public the VIII chapter. However, the meeting opined that the Centre need not take the report seriously since it had no constitutional validity.
BJP official spokesperson Nirmala Sitaraman, TRS senior leader B Vinod Kumar, Congress senior leader M Kamalakara Rao, CPI politburo member Amarjeet Kaur and Delhi JAC convener A Ramakrishna Reddy were among those who attended the meeting.