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Telangana Joint Action Committee ’s Amarula Sphoorti Yatra to begin today

During the yatra, proposed to be organised in a phased manner, Kodandaram will interact with various sections of people such as farmers, artisans and unemployed youth in order to know their problems.

Published: 21st June 2017 08:26 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st June 2017 08:26 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: The Telangana Joint Action Committee (TJAC), headed by M Kodandaram, will embark on Telangana Martyrs’ Inspiration Yatra (Amarula Sphoorti Yatra) from Sangareddy on Wednesday.
The first phase of the yatra, aimed at exerting pressure on the government to work for fulfilling the aspirations of Telangana martyrs and achieving the objectives of the statehood movement, will end at Siddipet on June 24.

During the yatra, proposed to be organised in a phased manner, Kodandaram will interact with various sections of people such as farmers, artisans and unemployed youth in order to know their problems. He and other leaders will place alternative developmental plans for state before the people.
“TS has many natural resources. If rulers are committed to developing the state on all fronts, they can transform it into a ‘Golden Telangana’ by adopting alternative developmental plans formulated by the TJAC and other people’s organisations. ,” Kodandaram said.

Yatra’s Course

June 21: Sangareddy, Sadasivpet, Kohir, Zaheerabad and Gangwar Chowrasta
June 22: Narayankhed, Andole, Jogipet, Narsapur and Kowdipally.
June 23: Medak, Shankarmpet, Chegunta, Narsingi, Ramayampet and Narsampet Thanda
June 24: Nizampet, Pothireddypally, Bhumpally Crossroads, Habbipur Crossroads, Dumpalapally, Thimmapur and Siddipet

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