Hyderabad

Gaddar sees feudal govt in State, crying since day one

Gaddar sees feudal govt in State, crying since day one
Telangana Political Joint Action Committee (TJAC) has threatened to intensify agitation if TRS Government fails to provide jobs to unemployed youth in the State. Addressing the 'Koluvulakai Kotlaata' (fight for jobs) meeting at Saroornagar Stadium on Monday, TJAC Chairman Prof. M. Kodandaram alleged that the TRS Government has failed to provide jobs to the youth. He said those raising voice against the government's failures were being harassed by implicating them in false cases. He said the government was not even permitting any organising to hold a meeting and the TJAC was able to conduct 'Koluvulakai Kotlaata' only after the intervention of High Court. He said despite having permission for the meeting, police took over 2,000 students and youth into custody to prevent them from participating in the meeting. Kodandaram said despite obstacles created by TRS Government and police, the 'Koluvulakai Kotlaata' meeting was a grand success. Revolutionary poet Gaddar was participated as Chief Guest. The meeting was also addressed by leaders of all opposition parties. They include Congress leaders T. Jeevan Reddy and Dr. Dasoju Sravan, BJP leader Chintala Ramchander Rao, CPI leader Chada Venkat Reddy, educationists Chukka Ramaiah, Vemula Akka, Zaheeruddin Ali Khan, Govardhan Reddy, and other leaders. They demanded that the government immediately fill all vacancies to honour its promise. Elaborate security arrangements were made both inside and outside the stadium. (Photo: Zabi)

Balladeer Gaddar today alleged that “feudal governance returned” in the newly formed Telangana State and he was shedding tears in the last three-and-a-half years.

Participating in the “Koluvulakai Kotlata” meeting organized by the TJAC here on Monday at Saroor Nagar Stadium, Gaddar said Telangana State, as aspired by martyrs, did not come and called upon the students to transform themselves into a strong political force.

Gaddar alleged that the State government was harassing TJAC chairman Prof. M Kodandaram for launching movements on behalf of the people. “Is demanding for filling of jobs a mistake? The Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has to understand the problem of the unemployment. The truth will not be understood when the people, who praises unnecessarily, surrounds a person. The JAC is not against the State government as it was only opposing its policies”, eminent educationist Chukka Ramaiah pointed out. (NSS)