Lok Satta Party will be organising a round table with leaders of various political parities, including Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan, employees unions, students’ unions representatives and others on March 15 in Hyderabad to mount pressure on the Centre for implementation of A.P. Reorganisation Act.
“Cutting across party lines, politicians should come on a platform to remind the Union government about its assurances,” said Lok Satta Party national chairperson Jayaprakash Narayan here on Sunday.
Addressing media persons, Mr. Jayaprakash Narayan appealed to students to extend support for the March 16 human chains formations planned across the State. College managements have been requested to permit their students for couple of hours to participate in the human chain formations, he said.
Students can give a missed call on 75691-89633 for registrations and they will get an SMS as acknowledgment.
Before commencing the Sankalp Deeksha, his silent protest here, he said it was Lok Satta Party, which highlighted the revenue loss the State would suffer in the event of bifurcation.
He demanded the State government to release a White Paper on the expenditure and income and the actual revenue deficit post bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh.
He criticised the Central government for allocating a mere Rs.100 crore for Polavaram project, which would benefit both Telangana and Rayalaseema. “The project should be completed in the next four years,” the LSP leader said.
Courtesy: The Hindu