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People continue stir in spite of Ramzan break

People continue stir in spite of Ramzan break
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In spite of the announcement of two-day break for the agitation keeping in view the Ramzan and Nagula Chaviti, people continued the agitation...

Kurnool: In spite of the announcement of two-day break for the agitation keeping in view the Ramzan and Nagula Chaviti, people continued the agitation voluntarily throughout the district on Saturday too. They raised slogans demanding the withdrawal of the decision to divide the state and keep the AP united. The relay hunger strike launched by the advocates reached tenth day on Saturday. The advocates said that they would continue the hunger strike till the decision was withdrawn with the promise that the state would remain united.

Pattkonda MLA K E Prabhakar has been supervising the relay hunger strike launched by the Telugu Desam party. People of various villages surrounding the city of Kurnool have thronged the city to take out rally from Ziulla Parishad office to the Collectorate raising slogans for a united state. Telugu Desam party activists took out a massive rally with torches under the aegis of MLA K E Prabhakar and district TDP president Somisetty Venkateswarlu on Saturday at 7 pm at Raj Vihar centre in the city.

The procession with torches reached Raj Vihar centre where they burnt down the flexi of Sonia Gandhi in protest against the decision to divide the state.

Somietty Venkateswarlu lambasted Union Minister Kotla Jaya Suryaprakash Reddy for not submitting resignation to his post. He said that the unilateral decision of the Congress party had resulted in lot of troubles to the people of the state.
He said that the agitation would turn a severe turn from Monday. Inviting the Union and State ministers to participate in the agitation, he warned that they would lay siege to their houses if they do not come forward to join the agitation.

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