Telangana JAC, Andhra Rashtra Praja Party join hands

The Telangana Joint Action Committee (JAC) Wednesday joined hands with a little-known outfit fighting for separate Andhra state with both the organisations deciding to work together for achieving their goal.

Hyderabad: The Telangana Joint Action
Committee (JAC) Wednesday joined hands with a little-known outfit
fighting for separate Andhra state with both the organisations
deciding to work together for achieving their goal.

The T-JAC and Andhra Rashtra Praja Party would work
towards removing mistrust between the people of Telangana and
non-Telangana regions, JAC convener M Kodandaram told
reporters.

Andhra Rashtra Praja Party leader Srinivasa Rao said his
outfit would like learn from the experience of the T-JAC in
carrying forward its campaign.

He said those demanding `Samaikya Andhra Pradesh` (united
Andhra Pradesh) have done nothing for the poor people of the
region.

Those opposing division of Andhra Pradesh have a vested
interest to protect their properties, Srinivasa Rao said.

Both the associations are likely to work towards reducing
opposition to the proposed tour of TRS president K
Chandrasekhar Rao to Vijayawada in Coastal Andhra.

Telangana protagonists claimed that the visit of the TRS
president to Vijayawada would dilute the "separate Telangana
sentiment".

PTI

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