BJP plans Andhra March in Vijayawada on September 30

Published: 27th September 2012 12:49 PM  |   Last Updated: 27th September 2012 12:49 PM   |  A+A-

The BJP state committee has decided to hold a Jai Andhra March in Vijayawada on September 30 demanding initiation of the process for state's bifurcation as promised by the central government vide its statement made on December 9, 2009.

This was disclosed by BJP state unit's spokesman U.Srinivasa Raju here on Wednesday.

He said they would approach people's organisations and political leaders to seek their support for the march. They will discuss their plan with senior Congress leader Vasanta Nageswara Rao and several others, who favour state's bifurcation, in in their endeavour to make the Jai Andhra March a success.

The national committee of the party has taken a policy decision favouring creation of smaller states for administrative convenience and will, in tune with the policy, intensify the Jai Andhra movement in all coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema districts.

Meanwhile, BJP state general secretary N Ramachandra Rao has wondered how TRS chief K Chandrasekhar Rao still believes the Congress on the issue of Telangana though the party had been betraying the people for 60 years.

His intensified lobbying in Delhi has not paid dividends so far as confirmed indirectly  by AICC leader and Union minister Vayalar Ravi.

On the Telangana March on September 30, he said BJP leaders and cadre would take part in it. He alleged a conspiracy by police to foil the march. The unabated preventive arrests in all Telangana districts confirmed it, he said and warned the police not to provoke Telangana activists lest it lead to violence.

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