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Chief Minister Kiran Kumar appeals Telanganities to participate in Rachchabanda Programme

January 18, 2011
Hyderabad

In the wake of fears expressed by the Congress MLAs, MPs and public representatives about the possible attack and demands of their resignation by the Telangana activists during the the programme, Kiran Kumar Reddy dismissing their concerns asked them to actively participate in the mass contact programme. The Minister for Labour Danam Nagender said that those who disrupts the programme, they would be doing great injustice to the people and however admitted the fact that the sentiment is very strong and the programme and the Telangana sentiment are two different issues and have to be gauged differently and should not be linked with each other.

TRS President KCR calls for disruption of Rachchabanda Programme

The TRS president K Chandrasekhara Rao has given a call to its party rank and cadre to disrupt the programme beginning from January 24. At a meeting with the politburo members and in-charges of all the party units in 119 Assembly constituencies in the region reportedly asked the party men to target Ministers from Telangana by registering their protest over the Congress in not fulfilling its pre-poll promise of paving way for a separate Telangana.

Relay hunger strike in 12,335 gram panchayats from January 21, 2011

TRS MLA K Taraka Rama Rao in tune with the call given by TJAC, the party would undertake up relay hunger strike from level of the Assembly constituency to each and every one of the 12,355 gram panchayats in the region from January 21 to demand introduction of a Bill in the Parliament.

Telangana students' conference on January 22, 2011

TRS floor leader Eetala Rajender said that the Telangana Students Conference would be held at Hakimpeta on January 22 and nearly 150 members from each of the 119 constituencies were expected to attend. He said that on January 29, students would take out a bus yatra in 14 of the total of 17 Parliamentary constituencies of the region.

TRS activists to obstruct the people's representatives but not government officials

TRS MLA Harish Rao commenting on the possible attack by the Telangana activists, he said that TRS cadre will obstruct all the MLAs, MPs and other public representatives as they failed to keep their commitments. The programme is nothing new and nothing can be achieved by the programme. He further demanded a white paper by the government on how many representations/complaints received and solved and other related information. However, they will not obstruct the administration and get a Telangana resolution passed by the government officials at the Rachchabanda programme. Political analysts opines that this is a good time for the pro-Telangana activists to use the occasion to question them. Some opine that the government should have included the issue as one of the mains in the programme.

Damodar Reddy asks Government to put off the programme till Telangana issue settled

Former Minister R Damodar Reddy on Tuesday at a press conference asked the Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy to postpone the Rachchabanda Programme as there is every possible trouble by the Telangana activists and asked him to postpone the programme till the Telangana issue is settled. He pointed out that the promises made in earlier phases of Prajapatham programme had not been fulfilled.

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