Samaikyandhra groups to continue stir against T

Samaikyandhra groups to continue stir against T
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The United Andhra organisations, on Sunday, resolved to continue their stir against the bifurcation of the State until the Congress led UPA withdrew its decision to create Telangana State. Participating in a round table meeting organised by AP Non-Gazetted Officers Association (APNGOs) under the common forum titled ‘Samaikya Rashtra Parirakshana Vedika’ here, Jana Chaitanya Vedika V Laxmana Reddy accused the Congress of aiming at political mileage in opting for State’s bifurcation. He alleged that the Congress took unilateral decision to divide the State.

‘Situation is that of a critical patient not a dead one’

Hyderabad: The United Andhra organisations, on Sunday, resolved to continue their stir against the bifurcation of the State until the Congress led UPA withdrew its decision to create Telangana State. Participating in a round table meeting organised by AP Non-Gazetted Officers Association (APNGOs) under the common forum titled ‘Samaikya Rashtra Parirakshana Vedika’ here, Jana Chaitanya Vedika V Laxmana Reddy accused the Congress of aiming at political mileage in opting for State’s bifurcation. He alleged that the Congress took unilateral decision to divide the State.

High Court advocate V Ramakrishna Reddy said he vehemently protested the bifurcation of the State. The Congress disregarded Sri Krishna Committee report’s sixth option, submitted in December 2010, which goes like this- Keeping the State united by simultaneously providing certain definite constitutional/statutory measures for socio-economic development and political empowerment of Telangana region - creation of a statutorily empowered Telangana Regional Council.


Congress senior leader N Tulasi Reddy opined that Andhra leaders and their forefathers have created Andhra Pradesh for Telugus. Dividing the State was against the aspirations of Telugu speaking people. He relinquished his post to the rank of State cabinet to the cause of unite Andhra. The APNGO President P Ashok Babu said employees were the worst victims of the bifurcation. “I still feel nothing is over, there is still more we can do. The situation is not a dead patient, but a critical patient. We should not give up.”

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