Congress ko Khatam Karo, Telangana ko Haasil Karo: TJAC

Publish Date:Oct 18, 2011

sakala janula samme tjac, telangana strike, separate telangana strike, tjac strike, tjac new slogan, telangana slogan congress ko khatam karo telangana ko haasil karo, trs chief k chandrasekhar rao, tjac convenor m kodandaramTelangana Political Joint Action Committee (TJAC), which is spearheading the 35-day old Sakala Janula Samme demanding formation of separate Telangana state, has come out with a new 'Slogan' for its stir. The new slogan, "Congress ko Khatam Karo; Telangana ko Haasil Karo", has been coined in protest of the impassive attitude of Congress leaders from the region.

The TJAC steering Committee which met at Marx Bhavan at Vidyanagar here on Monday evening made it clear that the sakala janula samme will continue and that it would be intensified further. From now on the TJAC would target the Congress Party. The meeting was attended among others by TRS chief K Chandrasekhara Rao. 'We have decided to continue our movement till our goal is achieved. The movement would be further intensified," Chandrasekhara Rao said. To a question on whether the government employees strike would continue, he replied in the affirmative. "It will continue and would be intensified further."

The TJAC, which discussed the response from the Congress to the movement so far, felt that if it was not encouraging the stir because of the Telangana Congress leadership's lack of involvement. "The Congress leaders from Telangana region have become stooges of Seemandhra leaders. Their bankruptcy of thoughts is unmatched. They have become puppets in the hands of Seemandhra leaders," TJAC chairman Prof M Kodandaram said. "That is the reason why we have decided to bury the Congress in Telangana region for good. Our slogan will be 'Congress ko khatam karo, Telangana ko hasil karo'." Kodandaram said, adding that the TJAC would meet in a couple of days to decide on agitational programmes to corner Telangana Congress leaders. "We have already given a call for Telangana march. The dates for this and other forms of agitation would be decided in two to three days," he said.