Kodandaram Clarifies Delhi To Face Telangana Heat

Posted on 23 September 2011

Kodandaram Clarifies Delhi To Face Telangana Heat

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The Telangana Political Joint Action Committee has condemned AICC spokesperson Renuka Chowdary’s alleged remark in Delhi that the Sakala Janula Samme has failed.TJAC chairman M Kodandaram, regretting that such a statement should come from a Telangana leader, said on Monday that she should thank herself for making the comments in Delhi and not in Telangana.Chowdary, who hails from Telangana, allegedly said the Samme had no impact and that 80 per cent of the employees were attending to duties.When contacted, she denied having said that 80 percent staff in Telangana were reporting to duties. “I only said 80 pc of the staff in the entire state were on duty,” she clarified, adding that she did not have to react to Kodandaram’s comments. “You cannot get Telangana by setting deadlines and handing out threats. Telangana is possible only through dialogue,” she said and disapproved of the Samme.Fearing that they are losing ground even when the Sakala Janula Samme has been raging in the region for the last 10 days, Telangana Congress leaders have decided to knock the doors of Delhi once again with a plea that time has come to make a decision on Telangana.

Facing a mounting credibility crisis in the region with Telangana activists questioning their sincerity towards the cause, the T-Congress leaders have decided to go to Delhi on September 26 to urge the party high command to make its stand clear on the T-issue by this month-end.

Incidentally, talking to media here on Thursday, PCC president Botsa Satyanarayana said he was not expecting any decision before the end of this month. “I don’t think there will be any decision before the end of September. But we are sure the party high command will definitely find a solution to the crisis,” he asserted.

Interestingly, the threat by infrastructure minister Komatireddy Venkata Reddy to sit on an indefinite fast in Nalgonda from October 2 did not figure in the T-Congress meeting. After ‘thorough’ deliberations, two decisions emerged from the meeting. One was to go in a rally to the martyrs’ memorial near Gun Park and the second was to wait till the delegation meets the national leaders in Delhi on September 26. About 10 MLAs and three MLCs and senior leaders from Telangana attended the meeting.

At the meeting, chaired by K Jana Reddy and K Kesava Rao, party MLA Jupalli Krishna Rao, who resigned from the cabinet on the T-issue, strongly favoured a direct action. He was against undertaking any trip to Delhi, saying it would not yield any result. “We have to force the high command to announce Telangana by submitting resignations,” Rao reportedly said at the meeting.

Former SAAP chairman and student leader of 1969 Telangana movement M Sridhar Reddy suggested that all the national highways passing through the state should be totally blocked for an entire day. “Congress alone should conduct rasta rokos and rallies to regain the lost ground by completely blocking the highways to Nagapur or Bangalore,” he suggested.

Bhupalpalli MLA Gandra Venkatarami Reddy suggested a mass fast-unto-death stir by all T-Congress MLAs. Sending a warning, former minister R Damodar Reddy said he would not continue in the steering committee of T-Congress if the decisions of the committee were not honoured by all the members. He pleaded with panchayat raj minister Jana Reddy to take lead by submitting his resignation in support of the T-demand.

Kodandaram Clarifies Delhi To Face Telangana Heat

Kodandaram Clarifies Delhi To Face Telangana Heat

Kodandaram Clarifies Delhi To Face Telangana Heat

Kodandaram Clarifies Delhi To Face Telangana Heat
Kodandaram Clarifies Delhi To Face Telangana Heat
Kodandaram Clarifies Delhi To Face Telangana Heat
Kodandaram Clarifies Delhi To Face Telangana Heat
Kodandaram Clarifies Delhi To Face Telangana Heat
Kodandaram Clarifies Delhi To Face Telangana Heat
Kodandaram Clarifies Delhi To Face Telangana Heat
Kodandaram Clarifies Delhi To Face Telangana Heat
Kodandaram Clarifies Delhi To Face Telangana Heat
Kodandaram Clarifies Delhi To Face Telangana Heat

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