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‘Seemandhra leaders in a fix’

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The success of the first-ever meeting – ‘Save AP’ at LB Stadium in Hyderabad - opposing bifurcation of the State by APNGOs is sure to put tremendous pressure on the political leaders particularly on the Congress ministers and MPs at the Centre from Seemandhra regions, felt a senior minister.

  • Plan to hold similar meeting at parade grounds in secunderabad
  • T leaders flay cm, dgp for backing the APNGos meeting

Hyderabad: The success of the first-ever meeting – ‘Save AP’ at LB Stadium in Hyderabad - opposing bifurcation of the State by APNGOs is sure to put tremendous pressure on the political leaders particularly on the Congress ministers and MPs at the Centre from Seemandhra regions, felt a senior minister.

He said that this would also lead to many similar meetings here and this time the venue could be Parade Grounds in Secunderabad. What could not be achieved after 39 days of peaceful agitations in districts was achieved by making Hyderabad as centre for agitations as it was successful in drawing the attention of the nation and the party leadership, he said. The very fact that people from far off places like Srikakulam and Anantapur districts also came to Hyderabad has sent a clear message to all the leaders that building pressure on the Centre to rollback its decision would be taken only when their voice was made heard from Hyderabad, the leader said.

Congratulating the APNGOs for organising the meeting in a systematic and a disciplined manner, he said they have broken the myth that such meetings in Hyderabad will lead to clashes or will disturb law and order. He also felt happy that the T leaders and parties had shown restraint. Some minor incidents were unavoidable but both the parties and the administration succeeded in managing the situation effectively, he added.

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