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Lawyers call social boycott of Congress MPs

The Andhra Pradesh Advocate JAC has called social boycott of Congress MPs, their families and relatives in Seemandhra districts, holding them responsible for state bifurcation

Published: 07th October 2013 11:15 AM  |   Last Updated: 07th October 2013 11:15 AM   |  A+A-

The Andhra Pradesh Advocate JAC has called social boycott of Congress MPs, their families and relatives in Seemandhra districts, holding them responsible for state bifurcation.

Speaking to mediapersons at APGNO Bhavan here on Sunday, JAC chairman Mohan Reddy said their meeting has resolved to stage dharnas in front of Congress MPs’ houses. “Congress MPs and Union ministers have cheated the people after announcing that they would resign once they had protested against the Cabinet note,” he said.

The Advocate JAC also decided to stage demonstrations at Jantar Mantar in Delhi on October 18. “We will go there by a special train and meet national party leaders seeking support for keeping Andhra Pradesh state intact,” he said.

Finding fault with the national media for disregarding the ongoing agitation in the state, he said they will ask local MSOs and cable operators to stop broadcasting national channels. The Advocate JAC supports the Samaikya Rastra Parirakshna Vedika’s agitations, he said.



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