Sakala Janula Samme: TEJAC Leaders Under Fire

Publish Date:Oct 27, 2011

sakala janula samme tejac, sakala janula samme swamy goud, tejac chairman swamy goud, swamy goud tngos housing society irregularities, k swamy goud president tngos housing society, swamy goud housing society case The reasons behind TEJAC withdrawing Sakala Janula Samme have come to fore finally. Though the TEJAC leaders were vehement in saying that they are calling off the 42 day long strike keeping in view the hardships it is causing to the general public, but the real reasons seem to be entirely different.

The Joint Struggle Committee of the unions of Telangana officers, employees, teachers and workers has come down heavily on TEJAC leaders terming them betrayers of Telangana for withdrawing the stir of government employees for ‘selfish reasons’. The committee criticised TEJAC leaders for raising non-issues unrelated to Telangana rather than focusing on the central demand of introducing a Bill in Parliament to form a separate state.

TEJAC leaders had mortgaged the interests of the people of the region as they did at the time of the non-cooperation stir in January last, said the committee, which exhorted people to stone the 'betrayers'. A statement issued by leaders of the committee, including Mr K. Gopal Reddy, Mr E. Venkatesam, Mr T. Prabhakar, Mr G. Venkateswarlu, Mr B. Ramsetty, Mr B. Nagesh and Mr B. Raghu, pointed out that the TEJAC leaders also deliberately ignored the demand for separate Telangana in the talks they held with the government on Monday.

The committee also asked the government not to withdraw inquiry against the TEJAC chairman, Mr K. Swamy Goud, over the alleged irregularities in allotting house sites through TNGOs Housing Society and for also possessing three house sites in his name in three housing societies. Further, the panel asked the state to suspend Mr Goud from the post of the president of the TNGOs Housing Society.