TJAC Is Not So Brittle To Break: Kodandaram
Hyderabad: TJAC Chairman M Kodandaram condemned rumours about break up of TJAC and said it is not so brittle to break up. Addressing media conference on Thursday, Kodandaram thanked activists, students who supported him during nirudyog rally.
Kodandaram felt that the issue of unemployment was highlighted though the government tried to nullify by using forces by all means. Restrictions were defied, more than 5000 activists arrested, this is enough to say that protest was successful, he added.
TJAC has drawn up a plan to organise protests against various issues like implementation of Sudhir Commission’s recommendations, farmersa�� plight in the wake of government’s attempts to acquire land for Mallanasagr project. TJAC is going to hold huge public meetings in Mahaboobnagar and Nizamabad in first week of March on public issues.
Kodandaram was successful in taking issues to the notice of the people of the country with the help of activists like Prashant Bhushan, Agnivesh and Yogendra Yadav who had a telephonic conversation with him about Mallannsagar farmers. Kodandaram has sought appointment of Pranab Mukherjee to apprise him of the situation in the State.
With clear hint from TJAC Chairman about launching new political party soon, the opposition parties, particularly the Congress, is unable to decide whether to join him or keep a distance.