TJAC Sadak Bandh duration reduced to 11 hours
Hyderabad: In view of the SSC exams set to begin from March 22, TJAC on Thursday announced that the Sadak...
Hyderabad: In view of the SSC exams set to begin from March 22, TJAC on Thursday announced that the Sadak Bandh, slated for March 21 on Hyderabad-Kurnool route, would be organised from 8 am to 7 pm (11 hours). JAC initially had planned to hold the road-blockade programme for 24 hours. Talking to reporters here on Thursday, TJAC chief Prof. Kodandaram informed that the TJAC would undertake regular protests to mount pressure on the Union government.
"Sadak Bandh on Kurnool route is just the beginning. After that, chalo assembly and road blockade on Vijayawada route would be organised. The dates, however, would be decided only after consultations with political parties," he said. Kodandaram was highly critical of Governor ESL Narsimhan's joint address to both houses on Wednesday. He felt that it was very unfortunate that the speech did not mention about Telangana or the spate of suicides in the region.
TRS discusses strategies Meanwhile, TRS legislators held an informal meeting at Nizam Club on Thursday evening to discuss about the strategies for the upcoming Sadak Bandh. Former minister and TRS MLA Jupally Krishna Rao hosted the meeting which was attended by T Harish Rao, K Tarakarama Rao and several others.