Telangana: Andhra govt gives nod for ‘Samara Deeksha’ Protest

Telangana Joint Action Committee finally permitted to launch a 36-hour ‘Samara Deeksha’ protest, following amid tensed Hyderabad situation after Police arrested Pro-Telangana activists for agitation.

Pro-Telangana activists now can protest till Monday evening. “Permission has been granted to them (activists) to hold protest till 6 pm tomorrow,” police told reporters.

Fearing the anti-social incidents, the State Government granted permission to them a day after police denied yesterday to stage protest at the Indira Park, the heart of city.

As per reports, Pro-Telangana ‘Samara Deeksha’ permission came after a meet of legislative council member and MLC Chukkah Ramaiah, balladeer Gadar and others with Andhra Pradesh Home Minister Sabitha Reddy, assuring a peaceful agitation.

Demanding a separate statehood Pro-Telangana JAC decided to march towards Indira Park to pressure the centre to make an announcement on Telangana on 28 January.

As permission approved, Telangana supporters along with T-JAC Chairman M Kodandaram and leaders of different Telangana groups march toward protest venue, seeking to pressure the govt. fulfill their demand.

The activists also demanded the release of their leaders and activists arrested by police.

Police were arrested a large number Telangana who set together to protest despite police ban to agitate. Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) MLA K T Rama Rao and others leaders from different places which reached on Telangana were taken into custody by Police, lifting into their vehicles.


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