You are here: Home » 2013 » June » AP State Government denies permission for 'Chalo Assembly' programme

AP State Government denies permission for 'Chalo Assembly' programme

June 11, 2013

The Andhra Pradesh State Government on Wednesday denied permission to the TJAC proposed 'Chalo Assembly' programme demanding for a separate State of Telangana.

Minister for Major Industries J Geetha Reddy who is also holding portfolio of Home said that the government could not permit the programme as it could lead to violence and said that if TJAC wants to hold a meeting on the city outskirts, the government may consider giving permission.

The TRS MLAs again submitted a memorandum to the Chief Minister on the issue. TRS and BJP are the constituents of the TJAC and appeared to have decided to go ahead even if the permission is not granted. In the back drop of these leaders urged the Chief Minister on Tuesday saying that they would take the responsibility if permission granted else it would be shifted on the Government said TRS MLA Harish Rao.

Telangana Ministers urges Chief Minister for permission

A group of Ministers - D Sridhar Babu, Danam Nagender, DK Aruna, Sunita Laxma Reddy, Basavaraj Sariah and Mukesh Goud and Gandra Venkataramana Reddy discussed in length with the Chief Minister for permission to TJAC for the programme in the later's chambers on Tuesday. The Chief Minister turned down their request saying that never in the history of the Assembly such a move was permitted.

Prohibitory orders imposed

Meanwhile, the police on Tuesday imposed prohibitory orders in twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad till June 18 banning meetings, rallies and processions.


Recent Updates: