Kodandaram terms U-agitation artificial

Published: 24th September 2013 11:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 24th September 2013 11:02 AM   |  A+A-

Telangana political joint action committee (TJAC)chairman Prof K Kodandaram described the ongoing Seemandhra stir as artificial, not born out of the people. Addressing a public meeting at Bonakal village, bordering  Khammam-Krishna districts, he alleged Monday evening some ‘bada babus’ were running the show from behind.

 Finding fault with some parties’ attitude towards the bifurcation issue, he said some political parties had given letters to the UPA government in favour of Telangana earlier, but the same parties had taken a u- turn and supporting the united Andhra Pradesh for their vested interests.

He said that the people from Seemandhra living in Hyderabad can continue to live without any problem or fear even after creation of the T state. Earlier a massive rally was organised in the streets.

Later Kodandaram unveiled Telangana martyrs stupa and prof Jayashankar‘s statue.

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