Congress-led opposition parties join hands to fight against central state governments.
To organize ‘Maha Dharna’ on September 22, make Bharat Bandh a success on September 27
In rare political unity lately, the Congress-led Telangana opposition parties have come together to organize a “Maha Dharna” on September 22 at Indira Park and are also working together to make Bharat Bandh on September 27 a success. , to expose the “anti-popular policies” of the TRS government and the BJP government at the Center.
At a meeting held in Gandhi Bhavan on Sunday, the opposition parties decided to wage a collective struggle against the central and state governments. The meeting was chaired by TPCC Chairman Revanth Reddy in the presence of CPI Secretary of State Chada Venkata Reddy, CPI Secretary (M) Tammineni Veerabhadram, Telangana President Jana Samithi (TJS) Professor M Kodandaram, CPI-ML secretary S. Ranga Rao, Cheruku Sudhakar (Inti Party) and Govardhan (New Democracy). However, representatives of the YSR Telangana Party, Jana Sena and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) were not present.
Speaking to reporters later, Revanth Reddy said opposition parties have decided to launch a series of agitation programs on issues relating to tribal land, land acquisition and the Dharani portal. He said the multi-party Maha Dharna on Farmers’ Issues would be held in Indira Park on September 22.
He said committees would be formed at the parliamentary constituency level to ensure the great success of the Bharat Bandh project on September 27 and that prominent leaders would lead the protests in the NHs connecting Hyderabad. He added that activists and leaders of all opposition parties in each constituency would be on the road to register their protest, involving the population.
Mr Revanth Reddy also said that all-party delegations would submit joint representations to district collectors on September 30 to seek redress for problems faced by farmers. On October 5, agitation programs would be organized in relation to the Podu lands on the 400 km road connecting the corridor. A “Podu Rasta Roko” from Adilabad to Aswaraopet will also be organized. He said tribal communities had received no pattas while cultivating forest land spread across 20 assembly constituencies for decades.
Mr Veerabhadram said the opposition will continue to fight until all demands are resolved while Mr Chada Venkat Reddy said up to 19 political parties nationwide have joined under the leadership of the president of the Sonia Gandhi Congress to launch a common agitation. on farmers’ problems. Professor Kodandaram called on people to support the opposition.
The meeting was also attended by TPCC Campaign Committee Chairman Madhu Yaskhi Goud, Senior Vice President Mallu Ravi and Kisan National Congress Vice President Kodanda Reddy, among others.