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Telangana Congress leaders form panel

HYDERABAD: A committee comprising several Congress leaders from Telangana has been formed to prepare CDs highlighting the injustice done to the region in irrigation, education, services and judiciary, to be presented before the Srikrishna panel.

The decision to form the committee with legislator B. Saraiah as convener and former legislator B. Kamalakar Rao as coordinator was taken on Tuesday at a meeting of the leaders from the region.

Talking to reporters later, Congress leaders Ponnam Prabhakar, G. Sukhender Reddy and R. Damodar Reddy said the meeting focussed on irrigation sector. They would explain to Srikrishna Committee how the Telangana region would have benefited had it not merged with the Andhra region.

They said that the date for meeting the Srikrishna panel was not yet fixed and it was likely to be in June second week.

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