On Saturday at the State-level meet of the Telangana Jana Samithi leader of JAC said the future course of the JAC’s action towards Telangana reconstruction will be decided in the State Congress of Telangana Vidyavanthula Vedika. The meet was organized to discuss whether the government could measure up to the Telangana people’s aspirations.
He pointed out that Telangana reconstruction should inherit its momentum from the Telangana movement he reminded that the Telangana people had voted for a welfare State and democratic policies even while corporate politics won in the whole country in the recent elections. Recalling that the previous regimes in united AP chose corporate classes over people, which affected the marginalized severely.
Prof. Kodandaram said every section of the Telangana society had come together to oppose corporate domination during the separate statehood movement.
Academician Bhangya Bhukya from the University of Hyderabad said the quality of human resources was very poor in the State due to the loss of an entire generation to poor educational standards.
Rama Narasimha Rao from CPI and Dr. Gopinath from Telangana Jana Samithi criticised the government for breaking on election promises.