YSRC leader Vijayamma talks tough over Andhra bifurcation (in pics)

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New Delhi, Aug 29: YSR Congress (YSRC) honorary president Y S Vijayamma on Wednesday said that the agitating people of Seemandhra could force the Congress Working Committee (CWC) to reverse its decision to create a separate Telangana if the Congress and the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) MLAs quit by sending letters to the Speaker of the assembly.

Vijayamma, who was staging a dharna at Jantar Mantar for the second day in New Delhi, said the protest in the Seemandhra region against the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh was spontaneous and was not backed by any political party. She asked the Centre not to divide the Telugu people on regional grounds.

The Congress recently decided to form a new state of Telangana, fuelling not only protest against the division but also demand for separate states in other parts of the country.

Vijayamma, who put up a hunger protest against the decision recently and called it off only at the request of his son Jagan Mohan Reddy, is being accompanied by parliamentarians, both current and former, assembly members and other party activists.

In New Delhi

YSR Congress (YSRC) honorary president Y S Vijayamma on Wednesday said that the agitating people of Seemandhra could force the Congress Working Committee (CWC) to reverse its decision to create a separate Telangana if the Congress and the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) MLAs quit by sending letters to the Speaker of the assembly.

 

In New Delhi

YSR Congress (YSRC) honorary president Y S Vijayamma on Wednesday said that the agitating people of Seemandhra could force the Congress Working Committee (CWC) to reverse its decision to create a separate Telangana if the Congress and the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) MLAs quit by sending letters to the Speaker of the assembly.

In New Delhi

YSR Congress (YSRC) honorary president Y S Vijayamma on Wednesday said that the agitating people of Seemandhra could force the Congress Working Committee (CWC) to reverse its decision to create a separate Telangana if the Congress and the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) MLAs quit by sending letters to the Speaker of the assembly.

In New Delhi

YSR Congress (YSRC) honorary president Y S Vijayamma on Wednesday said that the agitating people of Seemandhra could force the Congress Working Committee (CWC) to reverse its decision to create a separate Telangana if the Congress and the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) MLAs quit by sending letters to the Speaker of the assembly.

In New Delhi

YSR Congress (YSRC) honorary president Y S Vijayamma on Wednesday said that the agitating people of Seemandhra could force the Congress Working Committee (CWC) to reverse its decision to create a separate Telangana if the Congress and the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) MLAs quit by sending letters to the Speaker of the assembly.

In New Delhi

YSR Congress (YSRC) honorary president Y S Vijayamma on Wednesday said that the agitating people of Seemandhra could force the Congress Working Committee (CWC) to reverse its decision to create a separate Telangana if the Congress and the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) MLAs quit by sending letters to the Speaker of the assembly.

In New Delhi

YSR Congress (YSRC) honorary president Y S Vijayamma on Wednesday said that the agitating people of Seemandhra could force the Congress Working Committee (CWC) to reverse its decision to create a separate Telangana if the Congress and the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) MLAs quit by sending letters to the Speaker of the assembly.

In New Delhi

YSR Congress (YSRC) honorary president Y S Vijayamma on Wednesday said that the agitating people of Seemandhra could force the Congress Working Committee (CWC) to reverse its decision to create a separate Telangana if the Congress and the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) MLAs quit by sending letters to the Speaker of the assembly.

In New Delhi

YSR Congress (YSRC) honorary president Y S Vijayamma on Wednesday said that the agitating people of Seemandhra could force the Congress Working Committee (CWC) to reverse its decision to create a separate Telangana if the Congress and the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) MLAs quit by sending letters to the Speaker of the assembly.

In Tirupathi

Vijayamma, who was staging a dharna at Jantar Mantar for the second day in New Delhi, said the protest in the Seemandhra region against the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh was spontaneous and was not backed by any political party. She asked the Centre not to divide the Telugu people on regional grounds.

In Tirupathi

Vijayamma, who was staging a dharna at Jantar Mantar for the second day in New Delhi, said the protest in the Seemandhra region against the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh was spontaneous and was not backed by any political party. She asked the Centre not to divide the Telugu people on regional grounds.

In Tirupathi

Vijayamma, who was staging a dharna at Jantar Mantar for the second day in New Delhi, said the protest in the Seemandhra region against the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh was spontaneous and was not backed by any political party. She asked the Centre not to divide the Telugu people on regional grounds.

In Tirupathi

Vijayamma, who was staging a dharna at Jantar Mantar for the second day in New Delhi, said the protest in the Seemandhra region against the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh was spontaneous and was not backed by any political party. She asked the Centre not to divide the Telugu people on regional grounds.

In Tirupathi

Vijayamma, who was staging a dharna at Jantar Mantar for the second day in New Delhi, said the protest in the Seemandhra region against the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh was spontaneous and was not backed by any political party. She asked the Centre not to divide the Telugu people on regional grounds.

In Tirupathi

Vijayamma, who was staging a dharna at Jantar Mantar for the second day in New Delhi, said the protest in the Seemandhra region against the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh was spontaneous and was not backed by any political party. She asked the Centre not to divide the Telugu people on regional grounds.

In Tirupathi

Vijayamma, who was staging a dharna at Jantar Mantar for the second day in New Delhi, said the protest in the Seemandhra region against the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh was spontaneous and was not backed by any political party. She asked the Centre not to divide the Telugu people on regional grounds.

In Tirupathi

Vijayamma, who was staging a dharna at Jantar Mantar for the second day in New Delhi, said the protest in the Seemandhra region against the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh was spontaneous and was not backed by any political party. She asked the Centre not to divide the Telugu people on regional grounds.

In Ongole

APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

In Ongole

APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

In Ongole

APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

In Ongole

APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

In Ongole

APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

In Tirupathi

APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

In Tirupathi

APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

In Tirupathi

APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

In Tirupathi

APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

In Tirupathi

APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

In Tirupathi

APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

In Tirupathi

APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

In Tirupathi

APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

In Tirupathi

APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

In Tirupathi

APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

In Tirupathi

APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

In Tirupathi

APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

In Tirupathi

APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

In Tirupathi

APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

In Tirupathi

APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

In New Delhi

APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

She said her husband, the late chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, Y S Rajasekhara Reddy, was in favour of Samaikyandhra and had also sought equal development for all regions and harmony among the people of Andhra Pradesh. She said the city of Hyderabad has been developed by people from across the region and hence one region can not suddenly lay claim on the city as its capital.

Meanwhile, APNGO members and students on Wednesday met senior BJP leader L K Advani and spoke to him about their opposition to the plan to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh. Advani reportedly backed their stand but did not assure about stalling the process of formation of Telangana.

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