The Krishna district Samaikyandhra JAC has announced that it could conduct “Rythu Garjana” for farmers on Gandhi Jayanthi Day, October 2, at Hanuman Junction.
The JAC honorary advisor Akkineni Bhavani Prasad addressing a press conference at the NGO Home said the Central Government would be creating more problems then it could resolve by dividing the State.
Eighty years have passed and the Kaveri River dispute had not been resolved, he said. Rythanaga Samakya president and former Drainage Board Member Yerneni Nagendranath said that Seemandhra regions would be transformed into a desert of the State was divided.
The farmers who would be the biggest victims who taken an active part in the movement against the division of the state.
Now was the right time for them to come forward, he said.
Meanwhile the Samaikyandhra Doctors State Joint Action Committee has called all doctors, paramedics and medicos to observe bandh on Tuesday.
The Doctors’ JAC president P.V.Ramana Murthy also speaking at the NGOs Home said that private hospitals, medical and nursing colleges and diagnostics in all the 13 districts of Seemandhra region will remained closed. The hospitals will only attend to emergency cases, he said.
“In the absence of public transport patients are spending huge amounts to go to hospitals.
The other day a patient told me that he had to pay Rs 800 for an auto to come to the hospital. We want to give advance notice to such patients and tell them that all hospitals will be closes on Tuesday, Dr Ramana Murthy said.
He said the doctors and paramedics will participate in processions and relay fasts on the bandh day.