Pics: How Jagan, anti-Telangana protesters put Andhra on fire again

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Hyderabad, Oct 4: YSR Congress President Jagan Mohan Reddy on Friday, Oct 4 announced that he will resume his indefinite fast if central government does not withdraw their decision on Andhra bifurcation. Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde on Thursday made official announcement saying Hyderabad would be the joint capital for both Seemandhara and Telangana. The next elections in the state would be held in Telangana and Andhra respectively.

Shinde's announcement had worked as a fireball followed by resignations from ministers including Chiranjeevi, Pallam Raju and many more. Terming the decision as 'unconstitutional' and 'undemocratic', Congress MP from Seemandhara L Rajgopal said that he will move the Supreme Court and will challenge the decision.

Anti-Telangana protesters resumed their agitation creating ruckus in Hyderabad

Two-day bandh has been observed in Seemandhra. Anti-Telangana protesters resumed their agitation creating ruckus in Hyderabad and other parts of Andhra Pradesh. Jagan, who earlier had held fast-unto-death in jail demanding united Andhra, highlighted the water issue in the state and other problems that the state currently faces and will face if the bifurcation took place.

He asked the ministers, who took the decision, to give a serious thought about their decision. He has urged all the MPs from Seemandhara to resign in protest of the bifurcation. He said today the government has divided Andhra, tomorrow it will be some other state.

In Vizag

TDP activists burn an effigy as they protest against creation of Telangana state, in Vizag on Thursday.

In New Delhi

Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Tourism, K. Chiranjeevi on Thursday offers to resign from his post in protest against the Union Cabinet's approval of the formation of separate Telangana.

In New Delhi

HRD Minister M.M. Pallam Raju on Thursday resigned from his post in protest against the Union Cabinet's approval of the formation of separate Telangana.

In Hyderabad

Congress party wokers take out a victory rally in Hyderabad on Friday to celebrate the Union Cabinet's approval for creation of separate Telangana State.

In Hyderabad

Congress party wokers take out a victory rally in Hyderabad on Friday to celebrate the Union Cabinet's approval for creation of separate Telangana State.

In Hyderabad

People celebrate in Hyderabad on Thursday after cabinet approved the creation of the new state Telangana. Telangana will become India's 29th state.

In Hyderabad

President Minority cell and politburo member Mohammed Mahmood Ali MLC along with party workers celebrate the Union Cabinet's approval for the formation of Telangana as a separate state by bifurcating the state of Andhra Pradesh, in Hyderabad on Thursday.

In Hyderabad

Seemandhra leaders including ministers and MPs talk to media after meeting Andhra Pradesh CM N Kiran Kumar Reddy to express their protest against creation of Telangana, in Hyderabad on Thursday.

In New Delhi

Police detain Anti-Telangana activists who were protesting outside the Prime Minister's house against bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh, in New Delhi on Thursday.

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