Govt stoking Seemandhra stir: Kodandaram

Govt stoking Seemandhra stir: Kodandaram
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The state government is backing and promoting the ongoing strikes and protests against Telangana by the Seemandhra employees, alleged TJAC chairman Prof. Kodandaram. Addressing a ‘Maha Deeksha’ organised here on Thursday as part ‘Mulki Martyrs Memorial Week’, he said that the Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy and the TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu were playing villainous roles in the case of Telangana and trying to thwart its creation. “However, any kind of conspiracy by them cannot stop the formation of Telangana,” he said.

Warangal: The state government is backing and promoting the ongoing strikes and protests against Telangana by the Seemandhra employees, alleged TJAC chairman Prof. Kodandaram. Addressing a ‘Maha Deeksha’ organised here on Thursday as part ‘Mulki Martyrs Memorial Week’, he said that the Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy and the TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu were playing villainous roles in the case of Telangana and trying to thwart its creation. “However, any kind of conspiracy by them cannot stop the formation of Telangana,” he said.
The TJAC chairman vented his anger at the denial of permission for the proposed peace rally on September 7 in Hyderabad, saying: “It is their way of functioning. They have always been denying permission for our meetings; yet, we never gave up but went ahead with our schedule,” Kodandaram asserted. He called upon the public, particularly youth and students, to turn up in large numbers to attend the peace rally that would commence from the City College in Hyderabad. The intent of Telangana people was to protest peacefully, but the state government was provoking them, he said. There was no dispute between the people of the two regions. Problems were being created by leaders.
“Leaders should resolve problems of the people. They should not create problems for the people”, the professor remarked, alluding to Kiran Kumar and Naidu. The TNGOs leader Devi Prasad said they had invited the Seemandhra employees’ leaders to sit across the table to discuss contentious issues such as 610 GO, but none came forward.
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