Hyderabad, Feb.12 (NSS): Making it clear that they were ready to face any sort of action by the government, the TJAC and TNGO leaders said that they will not go back on non-cooperation movement to be commenced from February 17.
Speaking to the media here on Saturday after a meeting with all Telangana district JAC convenors and Employee Unions JACs at TNGO Bhavan, the TJAC convenor Prof.Kodandaram and TNGO president Mr Swamy Goud asserted that they were least bothered about their lives and jobs, and were fighting for the liberation of Telangana giving top priority to it.
They said that the JAC has postponed the National High-9 blockade programme, as part of non-cooperation movement, from February 17 to 19. He advised the T MLAs to participate in the non-cooperation movement in the Assembly. He opined that the TRS’s proposed no-confidence motion against Mr Kiran Kumar Reddy government was good and advised other parties to make same moves regarding no-confidence motion.
On the other hand, the government deliberations with the Employees Unions failed. The Ministers Mr Anam Ramanarayana Reddy and Mr Damodhara Rajanarsimha had deliberations with the Employee Unions at Secretariat. The Ministers advised the leaders of the Employee Unions that the Telangana issue was not in the hands of State government and it was in the hands of the Center and hence they need not participate in the non-cooperation movement.
The Employees Unions leaders made it clear that the non-cooperation movement was in a response to the call given by the T JAC. They made it clear that the employees will participate in the non-cooperation movement as they served notice to the principal secretary. (NSS)