Telangana Joint Action Committee (T-JAC) has decided to go head with a concrete action plan chalked out in the residence of it’s chairman Prof. Kodandaram today. They have come to a conclusion to follow their agenda on state government’s anti-poor policies.
Prof. Kodandaram was happy for the thumping response it received to the protest rally demanding jobs for the unemployed, in spite of Government using unprecedented police force to crack down the activists. He also made it clear that T-JAC members would meet President to resolve the farmer’s problems in the state.
Meanwhile , left wing students union activists have staged a dharna at Tankbund against unwarranted arrest of more than 700 people. The bundh call given by Osmania University students union and T-JAC today has been receiving mixed response.