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Samaikyanadhra Parirakshana Vedika (United Andhra Protection Forum) has been formed with 25 members representing the various organisations spearheading the fight against the CWC decision to bifurcate the state. Announcing this at a press conference here on Monday, the AP NGOs President P Ashok Babu said that the forum, which has representation from government employees, film personalities, intellectuals, industrialists, doctors, teachers and journalists who will oversee the arrangements and prepare agenda to make grand success the proposed public meeting in Hyderabad on September 7 .

Samaikyandhra Parirakshana Vedika formed

Hyderabad : Samaikyanadhra Parirakshana Vedika (United Andhra Protection Forum) has been formed with 25 members representing the various organisations spearheading the fight against the CWC decision to bifurcate the state. Announcing this at a press conference here on Monday, the AP NGOs President P Ashok Babu said that the forum, which has representation from government employees, film personalities, intellectuals, industrialists, doctors, teachers and journalists who will oversee the arrangements and prepare agenda to make grand success the proposed public meeting in Hyderabad on September 7 . Three advisers will also be nominated to help guide the forum in right direction.

Stating that the public meeting is being organized without taking any political lines or the support of any political party, he said that over one lakh people would attend the meeting to express their solidarity to the ongoing intensified united Andhra movement in Seemandhra region.

He also said that if the government did not permit the Association to organize the meeting, he would approach High court seeking its intervention in case police obstructed them from making arrangements for the meeting at LB Stadium. Ashok called on seemandhra people to rise to the occasion and join hands in the fight against the division of state to protect the interests of Coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema people in the united state.

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