Vijayawada, Aug 4: Asking all the elected representatives from Andhra and Rayalaseema region to resign by August 12, the Andhra Pradesh NGOs Association announced that it would bring the administration to a halt from August 12 midnight demanding that the Centre stop State’s bifurcation.
Addressing a press conference after the Association’s meeting here, APNGOs president Ashok Babu said that all political leaders, belonging to all political parties, should quit their posts by August 12. He said that the APNGOs would go on strike from August 12 midnight and all services, including emergency services, would be boycotted. He said that the employees from Seemandhra region were feeling insecure after the announcement of formation of Telangana State.
Ashok Babu said that no political party or leader had a right to ask Seemandhra employees or people to leave Hyderabad, he said that such moves would be countered by the APNGOs. He also said that a public meeting would also be organised in Hyderabad by August 15.