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‘Bifurcation will spell doom for Congress’

‘Bifurcation will spell doom for Congress’
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In protest against the move to bifurcate the State, private educational institutions voluntarily observed bandh in the district on Friday. The agitators forced shutdown of banks and other financial institutions. The Private Schools Association held a mammoth rally and formed human chains at the main junctions in the town. The rally started at A Camp Montessori School passed through the Collectorate, NTR Circle, Krishandevaraya Circle, Raj Vihar Circle, RS Road, SV Complex, Kondareddy Burjuju and culminated at Telugu Thalli statue.

Kurnool: In protest against the move to bifurcate the State, private educational institutions voluntarily observed bandh in the district on Friday. The agitators forced shutdown of banks and other financial institutions. The Private Schools Association held a mammoth rally and formed human chains at the main junctions in the town. The rally started at A Camp Montessori School passed through the Collectorate, NTR Circle, Krishandevaraya Circle, Raj Vihar Circle, RS Road, SV Complex, Kondareddy Burjuju and culminated at Telugu Thalli statue.
Teachers JAC stated that the massive rally was organised to convey the intentions of the Rayalaseema people to the President. They also vowed to work for the success of the “Save Andhra Pradesh” meeting scheduled for September 7 in Hyderabad.
Fishermen staged a novel protest with their nets. They launched relay hunger strikes at Sri Krishnadevaraya statue. Various groups staged dharnas at the Collectorate. Samaikyandhra activists warned that division of State formed on linguistic basis would spell doom for the Congress. Holding political parties responsible for the present crisis, Teacher JAC members laid siege to offices of various political parties.
Tension prevailed at TDP office, when teachers protested at the hunger strike camp. The protestors asked the TDP leaders to take back the letter which the party had given to Centre expressing support for the creation of Telangana.
Lecturers, protesting under the aegis of Inter JAC, walked on their knees. Later, the employees left for Hyderabad in 100 buses to take part in the “Save Andhra Pradesh” meeting.
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