The Telangana Joint Action Committee (TJAC) has finalised 17 points on NH-7 and NH-9 to conduct public meetings and other activities as part of its national highways blockade programme on February 24 and March 2.
The programmes committee of the TJAC which met here on Monday named it as ‘Sadak Bandh’ and formed a coordination committee comprising V. Srinivas Goud, A. Dayakar, M. Rajender Reddy and K. Raghu. It will also have representatives from TRS, BJP and CPI (ML-ND). Sources said the TJAC is planning to utilise the bus yatras on Feb. 11-12 and 27-28 to mobilise people on a large-scale for the highway blockade programmes. Their aim would be completely stall the vehicular traffic movement from Kurnool side on NH-7 and from Vijayawada side on NH-9 during the blockade. The points of blockade would be in Mahabubnagar and Ranga Reddy districts for NH-7 and Ranga Reddy and Nalgoda districts for NH-9.
To conduct public meetings and other activities as part of the ‘Sadak Bandh’