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Thursday, July 7, 2011

TELENGANA TANGLE: Telangana campaigners plan joint stir, rail roko plan off!

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    riot police take positions as stones thrown by demonstrating students, rallying in support of the separate state of Telangana, are seen on the ground at Osmania University campus during the second day of a 48-hour strike, called by The Telangana Joint Action Committee, in Hyderabad - AFP
    Riot police take positions as stones thrown by demonstrating students, rallying in support of the separate state of Telangana, are seen on the ground at Osmania University campus during the second day of a 48-hour strike, called by The Telangana Joint Action Committee, in Hyderabad - AFP.

    Faced with a cold response from the Centre to the en masse resignation of lawmakers in support of separate Telangana demand, the Telangana political Joint Action Committee (JAC) today said it would launch a joint agitation by involving all those who quit their posts.
    As a result, the 'rail roko' stir in the region, which was to start tomorrow, has been postponed.
    The JAC would organise a meeting with all public representatives, who have resigned from their posts, in the next couple of days and decide the future course of agitation, its convener M. Kodandaram told reporters here.
    He said the JAC leaders have spoken to some Congress MPs and also the opposition Telugu Desam leaders who have responded positively to the idea.
    "They all said they will discuss the matter internally and tell us. The general feeling is that joint stir should be undertaken."

    In another Report (http://www.deccanchronicle.com/channels/cities/hyderabad/persuade-seemandhra-leaders-trs-249It is reported that the Telangana Rashtra Samiti on Wednesday said the Congress high command should hold talks with Seemandhra leaders and convince them to accept the demand for Telangana.

    Another Report blames the C.M., Kiran Kumar Reddy's mishandling (http://www.deccanchronicle.com/channels/cities/hyderabad/delay-t-sops-triggered-crisis-248): It seems that the Congress central leadership was ready to roll out special financial packages for Telangana at the time of the Assembly Budget Session itself but the Chief Minister, Mr N. Kiran Kumar Reddy, had stalled the process, asking for more time.

    Whatever it is, now all the Telengana People's Representatives are united along with people of Telengana in their demand for a Telengana and Centre's long Silence   would only provoke further violence and suicides (http://www.deccanchronicle.com/channels/cities/hyderabad/centre-remains-silent-t-250

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