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TJAC picks Gajwel to launch battle against KCR Govt

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The Telangana Political Joint Action Committee (TPJAC) has decided to take TRS Government head on and picked Gajwel, the Assembly constituency of Medak district which is represented by Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao, to wage its battle.

“I have no words in my dictionary to reply to derogatory remarks made against me by some TRS leaders and ministers. TJAC was originally formed to fight against the injustices done to the people of Telangana and it will continue its mission. We have every right to question the TRS Government and we will launch our agitation from Gajwel from this month-end,” said TJAC Chairman Prof. M. Kodandaram after the meeting of JAC Steering Committee here on Wednesday.

Kodandaram said that the JAC’s Steering Committee discussed issues pertaining to drought situation in Telangana, revival of Nizam Sugar Factory, problems of Singareni Collieries employees, lack of staff and Vice-Chancellors in State Universities, deteriorating condition of schools at village level and other issues. The JAC has decided to support the strike by Telangana advocates over bifurcation of High Court.

The TJAC Chairman demanded that the State Government place the Detailed Project Reports and others details of all irrigation projects, Mission Bhagaritha and Mission Kakatiya tenders and contractors on website. He said that the State Government needs to prove its transparency. He said injustices have happened with the contractors of Telangana, especially those belonging to SCs and STs.

Kodandaram said that the TJAC was not functioning under any pressure. He asked whether or not he has a right to question the government and also asked media to clarify whether his question was invalid. “Have you got your Health Cards?” he asked media persons and said that the TRS Government has failed to deliver on its promises. (INN)

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