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Activists gatecrash into Collectorate

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Raise ‘Jai Telangana' slogans in the chambers

Photo: Thakur Ajay Pal Singh

Vandalism: Pro-Telangana activists breaking security cordon to enter the Collectorate premises in Karimnagar on Monday.

KARIMNAGAR: Mild tension prevailed on the Collectorate premises when the TRS, BJP and other pro-Telangana activists' gatecrashed into the premises breaking the huge security cordon in Karimnagar town on Monday.

The TRS, BJP and other pro-Telangana activists have called for Collectorate besiege programme demanding the government to introduce bill in the Parliament for the formation of separate Telangana State at the earliest.

TRS legislators Etala Rajender, K Vidyasagar Rao, Koppula Eshwar, MLC Naradasu Laxman Rao, TRS district in-charge B. Vinod Rao, district convenor V. Lakshmikantha Rao, BJP district president M. Arjun Rao, BJP State leader G. Ramakrishna Reddy and others participated in the dharna programme.

Speaking on the occasion, the speakers have launched a scathing attack against the Congress government for going back on its promise of carving out separate Telangana and demanded that the UPA government should introduce bill in the Parliament for the creation of separate Telangana.

They threatened to intensify their agitation by launching non-cooperation movement.

On the other hand, the Telangana protagonists gatecrashed onto the Collectorate premises raising slogans of ‘Jai Telangana' by breaking huge security cordon.

They rushed to the Collector chambers and squatted raising slogans of “Jai Telangana” and demanded that the government to carve out Telangana State at the earliest.

The police swung into action and controlled the situation by arresting the protestors.

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