KCR warns settlers not to sabotage Telangana stir

News pulse, Politics | admin | December 29, 2011 at 5:09 am

Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) has perhaps for the first time come down heavily on the settlers (people from other regions of AP living in Telangana) for the decline in opportunities for the locals in employment as well as education. He castigated them for the results in Banswada bypoll, though the TRS candidate Pocharam Srinivas Reddy won there with a margin of 48,000 votes. He implied that had the settlers acted in favour of Telangana, the margin would be greater. He urged them to respect and follow the traditions of the region where they lived and mingle among the locals. They should actively participate in the separatist stir.

Speaking at a meeting here on Wednesday, he issued a stern warning to the managements of private educational institutions in Telangana region against employing teachers from other regions. He asked if the Telangana people could not educate or teach themselves. On the Nizam Deccan Sugar Factory, he observed that it was the Telugu Desam Party which had privatised the factory. Despite setting up a House Committee and orders by the High Court, the factory was not yet taken over by the government, he criticised. He pointed out that after the privatisation of the factory, the workers were subjected to hardships and 281 of them died of poverty. He blamed their deaths upon the rule of Andhraites over Telangana region.

KCR stated that after the formation of Telangana state, they would bring about a new legislation, if required, to take over the sugar factory. He slammed the government for not implementing its own GO for enhancing wages for beedi labourers. By constructing the Singur project, the government was also depriving Medak and Nizamabad districts of minimum quantity of water for irrigation. He asserted said that the panacea for all the evils plaguing Telangana was separate state. On the next course of agitation for Telangana state, he reiterated that it would be re-launched and further intensified after Sankranti festival. He declared that come what may he would not stop the agitation even if it were to require sacrifice of his life. T-JAC chairman Prof Kodandaram, Nizamabad Urban MLA Yendala Lakshminarayana, Banswada MLA P Srinivas Reddy, Nizamabad district T-JAC chairman G Gangaram, Yellareddy MLA E Ravinder Reddy, former Kamareddy MLA Gampa Govardhan and other leaders participated in the meeting.

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