The Samaikyandhra Students JAC has urged the people to send their opinions on division of State to Group of Ministers on Telangana. The Student JAC has also announced free internet service to help people in sending their mails.

Addressing a press conference here on Sunday, JAC convener Devineni Avinash said the GoM had received 2,000 emails from the public. Only a few people had responded so far. Unless the people from Seemandhra responded in large numbers, the Central government decision would not withdraw its decision. The student JAC was offering free email services at Sky Net Centre in Gunadala here. The people were requested to make the opportunity, he said.

The GoM on Telangana has fixed November 5 as the last date for receiving suggestions on bifurcation of the State. The suggestions could be sent to the MHA website or could be sent by post to the Director (CS-II), Centre-State Division, Ministry of Home Affairs, 5th Floor, B-Wing, NDCC-II Building, Jai Singh Road, New Delhi - 110 001, he explained.

On agitation, Mr. Avinash said the JAC would organise meetings on bifurcation of State, in the colleges from Monday to Wednesday. A huge rally would be organised against the division on October 24, he said.


The JAC would organise a protest near Pandit Nehru Bus Station here on Monday to urge the RTC authorities to extend student’s concessional bus-passes as the RTC staff went on strike for two months, he said. Samaikyandhra Student JAC leader N.M. Raju and others were present.

The JAC announces free internet service to help people in sending their mails