Several Telangana leaders met at the CPI-ML(New Democracy) office here yesterday and decided the intensify the agitation in the coming week. They expressed concern over the Seemandhra leaders’ move to obstruct formation of Telangana by lobbying in Delhi.
Addressing the media after the meeting, Prof Kodandaram said “We will take forward our struggle in a democratic but militant manner. We will change the course of our struggle and spring surprises after January 27. From a 100-day strike to other forms … we have many options in front of us,”
“Only a handful of capitalists from Andhra-Rayalaseema are trying to prevent the Centre from carving out a new state. We will strike at their economic roots as part of our renewed struggle for Telangana state,” the leaders said.
BJP leader Bandaru Dattatreya, Nagam Janardhan Reddy, Allam Narayana, Keshav Rao Jadavm Vimalakka, TGO leader Srinivas Goud and leaders of different organisations attended the meeting.
The Congress MLAs met separately and decided to head for the national capital tomorrow.