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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

TELANGANA ...........

TRS chief to attend JAC meeting today

The Telangana joint action committee (JAC) is likely to adopt a resolution urging the MLAs and MPs from the region not to withdraw their resignations until the Centre made a clear statement on statehood issue. JAC convenor Prof K Kodandaram said the committee would take a collective decision on the issue of withdrawal of resignations at the JAC meeting being organised on Tuesday.

All JAC members, representing various political parties, were of the opinion that MLAs and MPs should not withdraw their resignation until the UPA government responded to the Telangana demand.
On the request of the JAC members, a resolution would be adopted after consulting other members from various Telangana organisations like Telangana Vidyavanthula Vedika and Telangana Writers Forum at the meeting.Stating that an action plan for Telangana movement would be prepared at the meeting, he said it was also proposed to take up non- cooperation movement in the entire region from Wednesday.

TRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao, who returned to Hyderabad on Monday evening after a week-long stay in New Delhi, would also attend the JAC meeting. KCR convened TRS politburo meeting at his party head office Telangana Bhavan on Tuesday where he would discuss the political developments taken place at the Centre and in the state after the all-party meeting presided by Union home minister P Chidamabaram on January 5.

After the politburo meeting, KCR along with his party leaders would attend the JAC meeting. TRS would also prepare a strategy at his party politburo meeting to intensify Telangana movement , party sources said.

Continuing with their weird protests in support of separate Telangana, the government school teachers tonsured their heads and wrote TG on their half-tonsured heads at Rajura village of Lokeshwar mandal in Adilabad district on Monday. Its our way of telling the government that all sections of society support the Tformation , a teacher taking part in a rally said. A huge number of students gathered at Mancherial town to participate in the student Samarabheri programme. About 8,000 students from various colleges in the district thronged the junior college ground to extend their support for the movement. Rallies, dharnas and relay hunger strikes continued across the Nizamabad district as well.
Lagadapati issue referred to ethics panel

Speaker Meira Kumar has referred Congress member Lagadapati Rajagopals resignation from the Lok Sabha, opposing a separate Telangana state, to the ethics committee. Rajagopal had met the Speaker on December 10, a day after the Centres announcement to carve out a separate Telangana state and handed over his resignation to her over the unhappy development. Parliament sources said since the member had personally handed over the letter to the Speaker, it was examined and referred to the ethics committee.

Meanwhile, the issue of indiscipline concerning state minister K Venkat Reddy and MP L Rajagopal appears to have been blown over with Congress on Monday saying it was satisfied with the replies given by them. The party is satisfied with the replies of Reddy and Rajagopal, AICC general secretary Janardan Dwivedi told reporters.

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