The employees, who have been on strike since August 13, and their supporters will not relent and continue to strive for a united Andhra, their leader P Ashok Babu said here on Sept 30.
On Oct 9, 10 and 11, the united-Andhra protagonists would organise dharnas in Delhi and meet leaders of different parties in the national capital, Ashok Babu added.
Supporters will not relent and continue to strive for a united Andhra
Before that, on Oct 2, they will hold peace rallies near statues of Mahatma Gandhi in the state, he said. On Oct 3 and 4, they will hold 48-hour protests at the residences of MPs and ask owners of petrol pumps and private buses to shut their operations in the 13 districts of Seemandhra regions on Oct 5 and 6. On October 7 and 8, protests would be organised near the central government offices, including banks, Babu said.