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Educational Institutions bandh on December 8

December 4, 2011

The educational institutions in the Telangana region will remain closed on December 8 in a bid to intensify their demand on a separate Telangana State. The Telangana Students JAC and Osmania University Students JAC leaders have announced their future course of action after a meeting in OU campus.

Speaking to reporters after the meeting, Telangana Students JAC chairman Pidamarthi Ravi, president Rajaram Yadav demanded the Telangana MLAs to vote against the Government in the no-confidence motion voting on Monday. They said that those who vote for the Government will be considered traitors. They also promised to help the sitting MLAs win in the bye elections if the Government goes down. To pressurize the Centre and State Governments in tabling the Telangana bill in the Parliament, a bandh will be observed by the educational institutions in the region on December 8th.

The Students JAC will also offer solidarity with the indefinite hunger strike by DSP Nalini in New Delhi on December 9. A cycle yatra will be staged for about twenty days from December 21, while a public meeting would be held in the Kakatiya University on January 10.

A similar bandh was observed in January and also during the Sakala Janula Samme.


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