Stepping up their demand for withdrawing a "steep and unjustified hike" in cement prices, the Joint Action Committee (JAC) of builders in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh on Saturday decided to extend the boycott on buying cement by another week till July 26.
The Seemandhra Laywers Joint Action Committee (JAC) on Saturday decided to continue abstaining from court work till November 23 to protest against the proposed cabinet decision to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh.
Seemandhra Lawyers Joint Action Committee (JAC) on Sunday alleged that MLAs and MPs from the region remained complacent even as the division of Andhra Pradesh was being finalised by the Congress-led UPA government at Centre.
Tension prevailed in Warangal on Tuesday after the last rites of Neeraj Bharadwaj (22), an engineering student who committed suicide demanding that the Centre concede a separate Telangana state, was performed by his father.
Talks between the Andhra Pradesh government and striking employees in Telangana region failed on Wednesday with the latter putting forth a charter of demands as a precondition for any further discussions.