Interestingly, Telangana JAC chairman Prof M Kodandaram, who was raising his voice against the State government, faced unexpected protests from his JAC leaders here on Thursday.
The dissident JAC leaders alleged that Prof. Kodandaram was unilaterally moving forward neglecting their opinions. The dissident leaders Pittala Ravinder and others boycotted the meeting held at Kodandaram’s residence with JAC leaders, Unemployment JAC leaders and student leaders.
Pittala Ravinder opined that the problems of the unemployed youth would have gone to the notice of the State government in case the JAC organized a meeting at Nagole following the Court directions. But Prof. Kodandaram didn’t agree for the meeting with “selfish” motive of personal mileage, the dissident leader opined. Ravinder and other dissident leaders said the unemployed youth were ready to come to Hyderabad to participate in the rally. But Kodandaram opposed the rally at Nagole and insisted on holding it in the center of the City. Pittala Ravinder and others announced that they were boycotting the today’s JAC meeting in protest against Prof. Kodandaram’s rigid attitude. (NSS)