Students to resume U-stir from today

The Samaikyandhra students JAC has decided to continue peaceful protests opposing the state division.

Published: 21st October 2013 10:34 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st October 2013 10:34 AM   |  A+A-

The Samaikyandhra students JAC has decided to continue peaceful protests opposing the state division. At a press meet here Sunday, Samaikyandhra students JAC convener Devineni Avinash said that the students would continue the protests and agitations opposing the state division. Various programmes would be conducted from Monday.

On the group of ministers’ (GoM) announcement that it had received 2,000 emails favouring state division, Avinash asked the people to send their emails opposing the division and asserting the need of Samaikyandhra in large numbers.

He said that as the GoM had declared November 5 as the last date for receiving opinions, students, employees, teachers, lecturers, doctors, professionals, organisations and others should post their mails before the last date.

He asked farmers and others, who cannot email, to send their opinions by post. Avinash said that opinions favouring Samaikyandhra should be mailed to ‘’ and the people who wish to post their opinions should send the same to this address: ‘Director (CS-II), Centre-State Division, Ministry of Home Affairs, 5th Floor, B-Wing, NDCC-II Building, Jai Singh Road, New Delhi - 110 001’.

Avinash said that if all the people of Seemandhra regions send their opinions, then it would impact the Union government’s decision on state division.

Avinash said that from Monday to Wednesday, meetings would be held in various colleges opposing the state division and on October 24, a huge Samaikyandhra rally by students would be taken out in the city.

There would be a protest on Monday at the Pandit Nehru Bus Station, seeking extension of students’ concessional APSRTC bus passes due to the two-month strike. Student JAC leader NM Raju and others participated in the press meet.


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