Hyderabad: The Telangana MalaYuva Seva on Friday warned the Madiga Reservation Porata Samiti founder-president, Mr Manda Krishna Madiga, that his anti-Telangana remarks would not be tolerated by the four crore people of the region. It also asked him to flee the Telangana region for speaking against the Dr B R Ambedkar’s advocacy of smaller States for uplift of the downtrodden sections.
Speaking to mediapersons, the Yuva Sena president, Mr B. Deepak Kumar, said that it was shameful for Mr Manda Krishna Madiga demanding that the Centre declare separate Telangana State only after effecting SC categorization. Alleging that Mr Krishna Madiga was working against the policies of Dr Ambdkar, he said that the MRPS leader has not only insulted the Telangana population but also belittled the supreme sacrifice of over 600 students for the cause of separate State.
Mr Deepak Kumar has alleged that Mr Krishna Madiga has been organizing meetings in collusion with the Seemandhra leaders and blackmailing the people in the name of SC categorization for his personal interests and pecuniary gains. He also alleged that the MRPS leader was begging money from political leaders at the time of every election and serving them as a slave. Ridiculing Mr Krishna Madiga’s remark that the Madigas would once again become slaves of feudal landlords if separate Telangana State was formed, he said that landlords would vanish if the Madigas and Malas jointly fight for their rights after formation of Telangana State.
The Mala Welfare Association president, Mr Battula Ramprasad said that they could show their strength if the political leaders ignored the Dalits after Telangana State was achieved. He charged Mr Krishna Madiga with speaking about SC categorization issue as he could not face the leaders in the region. He also warned that if Mr Krishna Madiga failed to take part in separate Telangana agitation by giving up SC categorization issue, they would not allow him to move in the region.
The Mala Mahanadu Telangana districts in-charge, Mr Paladugu Anil Kumar, the Mala Hakkula Parirakshana Samiti president, Mr Gaddam Satyanarayana, the Telangana Mala Yuva Sena general secretary, Mr D. Arjun and the Greater Hyderabad In-charge, Mr G. Prabhakar were also present.