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Janagaon (Warangal): Telangana Rashtra Samithi president K Chandrasekhar Rao has called the ministers from...
Janagaon (Warangal): Telangana Rashtra Samithi president K Chandrasekhar Rao has called the ministers from Telangana serving in chief minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy's cabinet as 'turncoats'. A It was because of the ministers the formation of separate state of Telangana was being delayed. He called upon the people in the region to teach a fitting lesson to all the Congress ministers and legislators in the coming elections.
Speaking at a meeting organised marking the retirement of a government teacher Nellulta Ravinder Rao, who founded Telangana United Teachers Forum, here on Monday, the TRS leader exhorted the people to gear up for a decisive battle in the days to come for the statehood cause.
He stressed on the need to win 100 assembly seats and all the parliament seats in the region so as to put pressure on the centre to accord statehood to the region. "We should have a plan to achieve Telangana and the plan is wining all the seats in the next general elections" he asserted.
Chandrasekhar explained to the gathering that the statehood fight at its peak and all the people should make hard efforts to take it to the logical conclusion and realize the dream of separate state of Telangana.A "If not now we could never achieve statehood to the region. Don't pay attention to the diversions that come your way think of the plight of the people under Seemandhra rule and fight along" the TRS chief said.
Giving the details of future educational system in Telangana, he said that compulsory education would be given to from kindergarten to post graduate. The hostels for the students would not be run on caste lines.
The advice and counsel of experts academicians would be solicited for formulated a unique educational policy for the state of Telangana; he noted adding 'There would be a single dress code for all the students'. TRS MLAs Dr. T Rajaiah and M Bikshapathi, the party district president T Ravinder Rao, leaders G Rajan, Boojugundla Rajendra Kumar and others were present.