Hyderabad tensed as Telangana March turns violent
Tension raised in Hyderabad as Telangana Protest called on Sunday by the Telangana Joint Action Committee (TJAC), demanding a separate Telangana state, turned violent with smoke of fired vehicles.
The Statehood, Telangana March supporters including Osmania University Students Joint Action Committee called a bandh on Monday, several schools, institutions, markets and urban areas are to be closed.
Reports is that mostly bus services have to be canceled by State Road Transport Corporation in some areas of Hyderabad as angered protesters burned 25 police vehicles during a clash.
TJAC supporters refused to leave the venue until Centre not clear its stand on Telangana. Otherside, raising the strong statehood Telagnana demand, TJAC chairman M. Kodandaram announced to stage a fast on October 2 in Hyderabad and if necessary a fast-unto-death campaign would be launch.
Just a day ahead of an international summit in Hyderabad, more than thousand of people gathered at Necklace Road carried forward protest towards the Hussain Sagar lake, raising a condition before government to choose between the ministerial posts and the cause of Telangana.
Threatening with resigning decision, several deputy chief ministers and Congress MPs, also parliamentary ministers from Telangana asked government to fulfill their demand, stopping preventive arrest of their supporters if it wants peaceful protest.