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Andhra Pradesh High Court allows Seemandhra employees to hold meet

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Just see this. This is called freedom to express ones free will and speech.

APNGO's( Andhra Pradesh Non-Gazetted Officers) from all over Seemandhra are arriving at the LB.Nagar Stadium in Hyderabad to express their free will and its flowing like a Ganges & Brahmaputra during flood season. Almost 12,000 from 13 districts of Andhra Pradesh totalling 1,56,000 people have assembled in Hyderabad to express their will for United Andhra Pradesh or Samkya Andhra.Even thousands of people living in the twin cities are coming to express their solidarity to this great movement led by the people(Common MAN) not influenced by any political agenda or any political party can be considered a great movement in the history of Andhra Pradesh.

NDTV South :Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh High Court has given the green signal for a meeting of government employees from Seemandhra, scheduled to be held in Hyderabad tomorrow.

The court dismissed a petition filed by some lawyers from Telangana challenging the grant of police permission for the meeting on the ground that it could create law and order problems.

The court directed Andhra Pradesh Non-Gazetted Officers (APNGOs) Association, the organizers of the meet, to abide by the conditions laid down by the police. It said APNGOs would be responsible for any untoward incidents.


The police have already made it clear that only employees from Seemandhra (Rayalaseema and coastal Andhra) carrying identity cards will be allowed inside Lal Bahadur Stadium, the venue of the meeting.

Hyderabad Police Commissioner Anurag Sharma said the permission for the meeting was granted on 19 conditions.

APNGOs president P Ashok Babu hailed the high court order. He told reporters that 'save Andhra Pradesh' meeting would be held peacefully and in accordance with the conditions set by the police.

He said the meeting was being organized to highlight the need to keep Andhra Pradesh united and it was not against any region. He said despite the threats and the shutdown called by some Telangana groups, they would go ahead with the meeting.

Over six lakh employees and teachers in Seemandhra are on strike since Aug 13, demanding Congress Working Committee to withdraw its July 30 decision. The employees of Seemandhra working in Hyderabad are strongly opposing bifurcation, saying this would badly affect their interests.

Meanwhile, buses of state-owned Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) remained off the roads in all 13 districts of Seemandhra.

Political activists, students, employees, workers, lawyers, women and other sections of people continued their protests for the 38th day.

Source: Andhra Pradesh High Court allows Seemandhra employees to hold meet | NDTV.com
 
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