Hyderabad, January 13. Telangana Joint Action Committee (JAC) is gearing up to fight on public issues after studying several problems. It is also considering to garner the support of other parties in its fight against the government.
TJAC Chairman Prof. Kodandaram lashed out at the government regarding Singareni Open Cost mining. He found fault with the government for giving permission to more open cast mines for additional revenue.
He said several villages will disappear with new mines and decided to hold a campaign tour in Singareni region. Kodandaram also requested the government to look into the problem of Singareni contract employees.
TJAC also opposed land acquisition issue since the beginning. It found fault with the government implementing new GOs without implementing the 2013 Act.
TJAC is going to meet the President in last week of January to request him not to agree to the amendments made by the Telangana government.
Kodandaram is also demanding the government to pay pending salaries to Nizam Sugar factory workers, which was closed.
The Telangana government is planning to present the bill pertaining to 12 per cent reservation to Minorities, in the Assembly sessions due to start from January 17.
TJAC is considering to discuss the bill one day ahead of the Assembly sessions and organizing a round table conference on Sudhir Committee report, it is said.