TNGO's rally in Hyderabad
Telangana NGOs have taken out a huge rally from Mozamjahi market to TNGO Bhavan in Nampally. This rally was being held for protecting the interets of Telangana Housing Society. After taking part in the rally, a large number of TNGOs gathered at TNGO Bhavan and held a public meeting. TJAC chairman Prof. Kodandaram, who took part in the rally, has said that political leaders from Seemandhra region were hatching plans for grabbing lands, which were alloted to employees of T region.
By looking at media reports, it is known that several political leaders are playing with the emotions of the people in Telangana, Andhra and Rayalaseema regions only for their personal benefits. While people in these three regions live like brothers, certain leaders stirred up controversy by stating that one would need visa to visit Hyderabad in case T is carved out.
The demand for separate state was meant only for administration, which was told time and again by joint action committees and that would never mean a difference or split between people. India is a secular country and a citizen can settle in any part of the country whether it has one state or n number of states, everyone is equal before law and everyone has same fundamental rights. Telugu speaking people are one and will always remain undivided even if n number of states are carved out of this land.
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