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BBK urges Cong, TDP to help carve out Telangana state

Posted by on July 9, 2011 0 Comment

Hyderabad: The State committee of Badugu Balaheena Vargala Kootami (B.B.K) has urged the ruling Congress and Telugu Desam parties to come with constructive proposals to remove the political uncertainty prevailing in the State, instead of playing with the lives of people of both the regions. It also urged them to help create normalcy by shunning double standards on the separate State issue.

Speaking to mediapersons here on Saturday, the Rajyadhikara Party State president, Mr P.G.R. Naragoni, urged the TDP chief and former chief minister, Mr N. Chandrababu Naidu, to write to the Centre like he had submitted a letter to Mr Pranab Mukharjee Committee on Telangana issue earlier.

Mr Naragoni appealed to all the political parties in the Telangana region to come forward unitedly and set up a new Political Joint Action Committee and lead a delegation to New Delhi and help make a road map for separate State. He said the new JAC should set up a committee with civil societies, caste associations and intellectuals to fight for the cause of Telangana State. He also urged the Congress leaders of Telangana region to convince their Seemandhra counterparts to support bifurcation of the State.

He felt that the existing Political JAC had failed with the exit of the Congress and Telugu Desam party. He also demanded that the Telangana Political JAC chairman, Prof. Kodandaram, quit his post and ensure Employees JAC and strengthen it. He also urged the Telangana Rashtra Samiti president, Mr K. Chandrasekhara Rao, to take an initiative to set up a new Political JAC with all political parties in the region.

Mr Avula Veerasekhara Yadav urged the YSR Congress Party president, Mr Y. S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, to earmark 120 Assembly tickets to the weaker sections instead of talking about the welfare programmes. He said they would set up a powerful JAC with BCs as an alternative. He said that they would field candidates in the all Assembly constituencies in the State.

The B.B.K state vice presidents, Mr M.R. Yadav and Mr Kumara Raja, were also present

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