With no word from the chief minister that he would get an assurance from the centre that the state would remain united, APNGOs have decided to continue their strike.
“As of now, our programme, announced earlier, stands good. We are on strike,” APNGOs Association president P Ashok Babu said on Friday.
Speaking to mediapersons here on Friday, he said that when he and other APGNO leaders had held talks with the chief minister on Wednesday, they sought an assurance from the Centre that the state would remain united. “We have also sought enough time for the leaders from district to arrive in Hyderabad to participate in talks. We are yet to hear from the government,” he said.
The APNGOs Association president said that soon they would organise meetings in all Assembly constituencies and, if possible, in constituencies in Hyderabad too where MLAs concerned would take public oath that they would oppose the Telangana resolution if introduced in the Assembly.
The programme of laying siege to Central installations for three days from October 17 to 19 stays. A delegation of the APNGOs will be in Chennai between October 13 and 15 to urge AIADMK and DMK leaders to oppose T-bill in Parliament. Towards the end of the month the delegation would travel to Delhi to enlist national parties’ support, said Ashok Babu.