The YSRCP has drawn up a month-long programme beginning October 2 in support of Samaikyandhra.
The protests will begin with indefinite fast and relay fast with Assembly constituency incharges participating.
On October 4, a tractor rally will be organised from Guntur to Vijayawada. On October 7, peaceful protests will be organised at the houses of Ministers, Congress and TDP MLAs and MLCs demanding their resignation. Farmers’ will protest at mandal headquarters on October 10.
Rally by autos and cycles will be taken out at constituency headquarters on October 17 and it will be followed up by protests by women and human chains on October 21.
Motorcycle rallies will be taken out on October 24 in Assembly constituency headquarters and on October 26 sarpanches and those who contested as sarpacnhes will go on a day’s fast at district headquarters.
Youth and students will participate in protest in Assembly constituencies on October 29. The protests will culminate in gram sabhas in panchayats and resolutions in favour of Samaikyandhra.
The monthly meeting of Indian Medical Association at AMCOSA Hall with president K V Ram Prasad on Sunday opposed the bifurcation of the State citing the inequalities in growth in the state and development concentrated in and around Hyderabad.
The association has been expressing its opposition to the division of the State with rallies, demonstrations and representations to MPs to resign. Members pointed out that hospitals with state-of-the-art technology and services were established in Hyderabad both in public and private sectors and the number of M.B.B.S., post-graduation and super speciality seats were far higher in Telangana region compared to the rest of the State.