All party meet in Kadapa appeals Centre to keep AP united
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Last Updated: Sunday, December 13, 2009, 23:39
Kadapa: An all party meeting convened by district Congress committee (DCC) president Suresh in Kadapa, on Sunday appealed to the Union Government to keep Andhra Pradesh united.

The agitation for Telangana by K Chandrasekhar Rao was a drama, the meeting charged. The meeting urged the Central government to keep Andhra Pradesh united, which was also the committment of late chief minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy.

Representatives of all political parties, student organizations, NGO leaders, teachers’ organizations and general public participated in the meeting.

The speakers pointed out that all political parties have cheated the people of Rayalaseema and Andhra regions. They demanded that the parties should tender apology to the people.

C H Chandrasekhar Reddy, a trade union leader, who presided over the meeting, demanded that all the projects, proposed under Jalayagnam scheme, should be completed. Senior leader M A A Seema Rajagopal Reddy appealed to the politicians not to exploit people for their benefits.

Congress MLA Adinarayana Reddy alleged that Sonia Gandhi has given her 'judgment' on Telangana without hearing the argument of other areas of AP. He urged the Congress high command to reconsider its decision.

All the leaders decided to farm a joint action committee and run the movement efficiently.

Another leader Y S Vivekanda Reddy urged the Centre to stand by the statement made by late CM Y S Rajasekhara Reddy on February 12 in Assembly that AP should be united.

Trade union leader C H Chandrasekhar Reddy was elected as Convener of the Joint Action Committee and political party presidents were made as coconveners.

Meanwhile, in Kadapa district, public life was paralyzed on the third day continuously due to the protests for united Andhra Pradesh. Rallies and dharnas were took staged at all centers of the district. APSRTC buses were off the roads and commuters faced hardships. APSRTC regional manager said they have yet to take a decision on plying the buses.


First Published: Sunday, December 13, 2009, 23:39

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