Sunday, December 6, 2009

Organizations supporting separate Telangana

Andhra Pradesh Backward Classes Welfare Association (APBCWA) president R Krishnaiah and State BC Youth president J Srinivas Goud demanded that AICC president and UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi invite TRS chief K Chandrasekhar Rao for discussions.

BJP state president B Dattatreaya, demanding that the Central and State governments pass a resolution on formation of Telangana State, also urged his party cadres to make the 48-hour Telangana bandh a success.

Andhra Pradesh Teacher’s Federation (APTF) Hyderabad district unit president S Rammachandraiah and general secretary M Ravindar said the State Government would be held responsible if anything happened to the TRS leader who has been fasting for the last seven days.

All-India Students Federation (AISF) State unit president K Srujana Kumar condemned the lathicharge in Warangal on students protesting peacefully.

The Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) leadership has extended its support to the 48-hour bandh call given by the TRS leadership. They urged all sections of society to support the call.

They also demanded that all Congress MLAs hailing from the Telangana region resign because they had failed to convince their leadership about the need for statehood. The Greater Hyderabad Truck, Mini- Truck, Local, Lorry, Trailer and Tax /Maxi CabOwners Coordination Committee has decided to take part in the Telangana bandh.

Committee leaders Mohd Amanulla Khan, K Rajeshwar Rao and Md Muqtar said Chandrasekhar Rao’s health was deteriorating alarmingly and it was high time statehood was conceded.

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