HYDERABAD: The Telangana Joint Action Committee will spare students from the agitation which it wants to revive, keeping in mind the examinations.
The TJAC, which met here under the chairmanship of M Kodandaram on Friday, could not finalise any action plan and will meet again on Saturday.
TRS chief K Chandrasekhar Rao and BJP leader B Dattatreya were among those who attended the meeting which discussed mainly TJAC's district committee reports.
Speaking to reporters later, Kodandaram accused the government of harassing students by not withdrawing a single police case registered during the movement since 2009.
The need to lift all cases was urgent in view of the APPSC examinations for recruitment for government jobs, he said.
The TJAC chairman also demanded cancellation of the Teachers Eligibility Test(TET) and to fill up all the vacancies in government schools only through the District Selection Committee (DSC).