Parakala, Andhra Pradesh, Sep 19 (UNI) The Nava Telangana Praja Party (NTPP) will hold 'Satyagraha Sabhas' in New Delhi and all district headquarters in Telangana Region of Andhra Pradesh on October two, demanding statehood for the region, party President T Devender Goud said today.
Addressing a series of meetings in Warangal district as part of his 'Atma Gourava Yatra,' he stressed on the need to give thrust to Telangana movement to resolve all the problems affecting the 'Backward region,' which has rich natural resources.
In Delhi, the party activists would hold a demonstration at Jantar Mantar on Gandhi Jayanthi day to impress upon the Centre the need for bifurcating the state.
Similar sabhas would be organised at Indira Park in Hyderabad and in all district headquarters, marking the culmination of the first phase of the yatra.
Mr Goud, whose yatra entered the 16th day today, urged the people of Telangana to teach a ''fitting lesson'' to the ruling Congress which had ''looted public money in the name of Jala Yagnam'', but failed to complete even one major irrigation project.
''Only when a separate state is formed, we will get justice whether it is in allocation of water or jobs for youth,'' he observed.
After covering the districts of Medak, Nizamabad, Adilabad and Karim Nagar, Mr Goud, who had quit the TDP to spearhead the Telangana movement, would tour Khammam, Nalgonda, Mahboobnagar and Rangareddy districts before concluding the yatra with the satyagraha sabha' in Hyderabad.
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