Resolve Rayalaseema issues first: Leaders to govts
Kadapa (AP): Rayalaseema Joint Action
Committee on Friday urged the State as well as the Centre to
resolve the long-pending issues in the drought-prone
Rayalaseema region on priority.
Leaders, cutting across party lines, who met at Kadapa
today, decided to hold a meeting with all MLAs, MPs and former
public representatives on October 10 to decide the future
course of action to press for the demands.
The leaders alleged that the Rayalaseema region has been
left neglected in the past by the rulers.
They further alleged that those, who fought for the state
of Andhra Pradesh, have cheated the people of this region and
not did not keep their promises including the `Sribhag Pact`,
water allocation, among others.
They demanded allocation of assured water to the region
and also urged people to complete the ongoing irrigation
projects on war-footing.
They urged the public representatives to participate in
the meting on October 10, to decide the future course of
action for this neglected region and to save the rights of the
JAC district chairman Chandrasekhar Reddy presided over
Rayachoty MLA G Srikanth reddy, former ZP vice chairman,
congress (PRP) leader Hariprasad, TDP leaders Govardhan and
others have participated in the meeting.