HYDERABAD: Ahead of Koluvula kai Kotlata (Fight for jobs) programme proposed to be held here on Monday, Telangana Joint Action Committee (TJAC) chairman M Kodandaram has begun further touching a raw nerve in the state government saying that the programme is aimed at making all the opposition parties concentrate on “unemployment issue” in order to exert pressure on the government to fill all vacant posts. The former professor, who has been making efforts to unite all like-minded parties in the state to fight against the ruling TRS, on Saturday said the TJAC had extended invitation to all the opposition parties and various people’s organisations urging them to attend the meeting.
Further, the TJAC would be bringing the kin of the unemployed youngsters, who recently committed suicide after they had failed to get government jobs. “We are making arrangements to ensure that the kin of those who took their own life after they got upset by the government’s inability in providing them employment will address the meeting,” Kodandaram announced, while addressing mediapersons here.
“We have campaigned extensively in all universities and colleges explaining the need to hold a meeting to highlight unemployment issue.
Wherever we went, a lot of students and unemployed youth lauded our efforts and promised us that they would attend the meeting without fail. Hence, we are sure that Koluvula kai Kotlata will be a success,” he added.Later, Kodandaram called on TDP TS unit president L Ramana at latter’s residence here and sought the yellow party’s support to the TJAC’s meeting. “We are confident that after the Monday’s programme, every political party would exert pressure on government to fill all vacant posts in the government,” the TJAC chairman said after the meeting.
About the meeting
Koluvula kai Kotlata to be held from 1 pm to 6 pm at Saroornagar Indoor Stadium here on Monday
All opposition parties are expected to take part in the meeting
TJAC demands that the government issue an order to provide jobs to local people even in private sector
TJAC wants the government to release calendar of job notifications so that unemployed youth could prepare for job recruitment drives in advance