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Rededicate to Create a Bangaru Telangana: Kavitha

Nizamabad MP praises efforts of TJAC in the formation of separate Telangana

Published: 01st June 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st June 2015 06:00 AM   |  A+A-

Kavitha

NIZAMABAD:TRS leader and Nizamabad MP K Kavitha called on the people who fought in the Telangana movement to rededicate themselves to achieve Bangaru Telangana, under the leadership of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.

She took a tour of Bodhan town and its surrounding villages on Sunday. She also participated in several programmes during the tour, including paying tribute to the Telangana Martrys Memorial in the district.

Local Telangana Joint Action Committee (TJAC) organised a special programme where TJAC activists and prominent personalities of Bodhan area were felicitated by the Nizamabad MP.

She opined that TJAC should do their bit again to resolve the people’s problems in the state.

She recalled that after TRS came to power, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has given priority to welfare and development programmes. “The state government has taken a decision to take over NDSL and the process will be completed in the next two months,” she said. 

She said though Telangana has completed one year of its formation, the process of bifurcation of the government employees into Andhra Pradesh and Telangana is being delayed by the Union government.

The union government-appointed Kamalanathan committee is delaying the process. She alleged that the media in Andhra Pradesh is trying to defame the Telangana Government.   

She recalled that TJAC has created a record during the Telangana movement by organising relay hunger strike camps for more than 520 days.

The Nizamabad MP encouraged the TJAC to show the same sprit in order to achieve Bangaru Telagana. She said that there is a need to construct a pylon in Bodhan, in the memory of the Telangana martyrs who played a key role in the formation of Telangana. TJAC District Chairman Gopal Sharma and several other JAC leaders and others  were present.



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