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Telangana to the fore at Bhongir rally

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For a cause: Balladeer Gadar taking part in a rally before addressing a public meeting organised by the Telangana Aaikya Karyacharana Committee at Bhongir in Nalgonda district on Monday.
For a cause: Balladeer Gadar taking part in a rally before addressing a public meeting organised by the Telangana Aaikya Karyacharana Committee at Bhongir in Nalgonda district on Monday.

Staff Reporter

NALGONDA: In an attempt to “teach Congress a lesson” for forcing the senior leaders to withdraw their mega plan to organise a meet, the Telangana Aaikya Kaarayacharana Committee took out a rally and held a public meeting at Bhongir on Monday night.

Speakers called upon the pro-Telangana forces to be united to thwart “sinister attempts” of the “anti-Telangana” leaders to stifle the movement for the separate State for the region. “As the movement has entered into a decisive phase, we must be united to achieve the goal,” former Union Minister Ch.Vidyasagar Rao of the Bharatiya Janata Party said.

Presenting the backdrop of the meeting, the committee State convener Pasham Yadagiri lambasted the Congress high command for “deceiving” the people of the region time and again. “We should put an end to the deceptive tactics of the Congress and its leaders. We should wage a relentless battle to achieve the State,” he said.

Balladeer Gader remained the centre of the attraction at the meeting. Accompanied by cultural troupes and the scholars of the Osmania University, he took part in an impressive rally in the town. He garlanded the Ambedkar statue before entering into the Government Junior College grounds, the venue of the meeting.


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