Hyderabad: As part of expressing solidarity with the Telangana employees strike, Telangana Students Joint Action Committee chairman P Ravi on Friday announced a series of agitations in the Telangana region.
Talking to media persons after Telangana Students Joint Action Committee State Executive Committee meeting, convened at a private hostel in the city, Ravi said the committee took unanimous decision on expressing solidarity to the employees strike beginning from August 17.
As part of agitation, Ravi said, the college students would organise `Go to College’ programme at Taluk, Mandal and district level in all colleges in Telangana region from August 5-11 to create awareness among students about extending support to the employees’ strike.
In the programme, he said the students would seek support of all sections of the people.
The students will organise a cycle rally in Telangana region and bike rally in the state capital on August 12, he said.
On August 13, he said the student leaders will picket examination centres of sub-inspectors being conducted by the state government without deleting clause 14F.
He said that the students JAC leaders will also picket degree college lecturers’ examination centres to be conducted on August 14 in the state.
On August 16, the JAC leaders will picket the district Collectorates and on August 17, he said the students will boycott classes and stage rallies.
Students JAC president Rajaram Yadav warned of physical attacks on those employees who failed to participate in the employees strike and sought the Seemandhra employees’ cooperation for the Telangana employees strike.
He said the resignation of elected representatives would give a moral support to employees strike and students agitations.
He warned of serious consequences if the elected representatives failed to resign to their posts again.
He said that similar agitations would be launched on the lines of Gujjars strike.
Telangana Rashtra Samiti president K Chandrasekhar Rao and Telangana Political Joint Action Committee chairman Prof M Kodandaram participated in the meeting as chief guests.(INN)