Telangana protestors are now targeting the TRS leader K Chandrashekar Rao for his silence over the Seemandhra bids to foil the separate state formation. The Telangana Students Joint Action Committee (Independent) issued an ultimatum in the early hours of the day (January 24). The students organization plans to squat in front of the leader's house on January 26.
According to the Convenor Chargonda Venkatesh, on Wednesday at the OU Arts College campus, 'KCR's silence while Seemandhra leaders are going all out in trying to prevent a possible T announcement, only gives wings to the broad spread rumours about his sincerity on the agitation.'
It may be noted that hectic lobbying had been taking place in the national capital as the deadline seems to be fast approaching for the announcement on T by the Congress (January 28).
On one side, the Seemandhra Congress leaders are seriously trying their best to keep the state united while the T Congress leaders are trying to get their objective delivered.
As the fierce fighting of the two Congress groups is predominantly visible, TRS seems to be silent for a longer time and this has been a setback for the students organization.
However late last night KCR openly lashed out at the Congress high command which plans to delay the decision further due to the impending crisis. KCR said that it was known fact that Congress would never deliver T and the whole exercise was a drama. (Wishesh AarKay)