HYDERABAD: On a day when Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao claimed that his government had so far filled 27,660 vacant posts and that it was taking measures to fill another 84,876 jobs to keep its promise of creating one lakh jobs for the unemployed youth, Telangana Joint Action Committee (TJAC) chairman M Kodandaram on Tuesday disputed this claim and announced that the organisation would hold a massive public meeting in Hyderabad after Dasara to highlight the ‘unemployment’ issue.
Further needling the ruling establishment, the TJAC, which earlier decided to organise a dharna at Jantar Mantar in Delhi against proposed relocation of Dharna Chowk from Indira Park in Hyderabad, resolved to hold an exclusive meeting or a press conference in the national capital to expose the failures of the state government, along with staging the proposed sit-in. “We have decided to hold either a meeting or a media conference in Delhi on August 22. This programme is exclusively aimed at assessing the performance of the three years rule of the present regime and exposing its failures,” he said.
He made this announcement, exactly a day after he was backed by all Opposition parties for his ongoing fight against the state government over Nerella issue. During his stay in Delhi, the TJAC chairman will call on President Ram Nath Kovind along with the all-party delegation to lodge a complaint against the state government over Nerella issue.
After presiding over the TJAC’s steering committee meeting held here on Tuesday, Kodandaram said they would organise protests against TRS’s anti-people’s policies in Delhi.
The TJAC will hold its next round of Amarula Sphoorthi Yatra in the erstwhile undivided Adilabad district after August 24.