Speaking at a programme here, the TJAC chief lashed out at the state government for changing its stance on reviving the Nizam Sugar Factory. He demanded that the government change its mind and take over the sugar unit.
He alleged that the government failed to address people’s issues and added that the Assembly did not take up people’s issues as was required.
He said that the JAC would take up peoples’ movement more vigorously if the government failed to work for the welfare of the masses.
Kodandaram said that the TJAC will meet on Sunday to chalk out its future course of action on various issues. (INN)