“We must float a political party if the occasion comes and need arises for the launch of a political party”, Telangana JAC chairman Prof. M Kodandaram cleared the air.
Participating in the Meet-the-Press program organized by the Telangana Journalists JAC here on Friday, Prof. Kodandaram opined that the society was in need of value-based political party and said the JAC will wage a fight for the sake of alternative political values. He made it clear that the JAC will continue even if they launched a political party. He said unemployed youth will be affected severely with the abolition of zonal system. There was a need to amend the zonal system and various problems will arise if the zonal system was abolished, he said.
Prof. Kodandaram said the JAC will organise an unemployed youth rally in a peaceful manner on February 22. He cautioned unemployed youth saying that no need to get emotion during the rally because some people were ready to blame the JAC by creating disturbances leading to police firing. He urged the unemployed youth to extend their cooperation to organise the proposed rally peacefully. He expressed hope saying that JAC will organise a rally in a manner the nation would feel proud. He said that the JAC was moving on the lines of Acharya Jayashankar and Balagopal’s path.
He said that there were more than one lakh vacant jobs in the state and demanded the state government to fill them immediately. He explained that there were more than 50,000 vacant positions in public sector firms. He suggested the state government to implement the calendar for the fulfilment of the jobs. (NSS)