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From cradle to streets
Several women who delivered infants in J Koti Nagayya Children’s Hospital, Tenali, on Tuesday expressed their support for Samaikyandha, with slogans. Cloths with ‘Samaikyandhra’ were wrapped around the day-old new-born.
Mothers with new-born back Samaikya strike
Guntur: Several women who delivered infants in J Koti Nagayya Children’s Hospital, Tenali, on Tuesday expressed their support for Samaikyandha, with slogans. Cloths with ‘Samaikyandhra’ were wrapped around the day-old new-born. Their mothers expressed anxiety over the future of their infants, as they said they don’t have a reply if this question was posed by the children. They felt that the decision to divide the State amounted to ‘driving a wedge into their bodies’.
The women expressed the view that Seemandhra people, who already face various problems, would be subjected to ‘injustice’ if two States were created by the leaders favouring a division. That was why, they said, they were backing the Samaikyandhra struggle. These women had never taken part in the agitation when they were pregnant.