Staff Reporter

Partymen damage buses in different parts of the district

Private educational institutions in Siddipet to remain closed today

At Palugu tanda students reject mid-day meals in support of KCR

SANGAREDDY: People across the district responded positively on Wednesday to the fast taken up by TRS president K. Chandrasekhar Rao at the hospital at Khammam.

Former legislator S. Ramalinga Reddy took up relay fast at Dubbaka, while former MLC R. Satyanarayana followed him at Sangareddy. At Ramayampet, former MLA M. Padmadevender Reddy took up the relay fast.

ABVP extends support

In an interesting development, the ABVP, student wing of the BJP, joined hands with the TRS and participated in the agitations.

Rasta roko

Traffic came to a standstill at Ramayampet on Rajiv Rahadari as hundreds of students came on road and staged a rasta roko raising slogans in favour of TRS and its president K. Chandrasekhar Rao.

At Chintamadaka, native village of Mr. Rao near Siddipet mandal, people came out openly in support of him and demanded his release.

Private educational institutes in Siddipet will remain closed on Thursday in support of the ongoing agitation.

Buses damaged

Several buses were damaged at different parts of the district as TRS workers pelted stones.

At Lakshmidevipally, Sangareddy and Sadasivapet, students held rallies and rasta rokos in support of the party agitation.

At Mirdoddi mandal, TRS workers reportedly burnt the records in the Excise Office. At Palugu tanda, a complete tribal area, students rejected mid-day meals in support of Mr. Rao.