Samaikya Sankharavam in Hyderabad soon

Hyderabad, Oct 16,
2013: YSR Congress Party will soon hold its Samaikya Sankharavam public meeting
in Hyderabad.

Following the High
Court’s clearance to the proposed public meeting to be addressed by party chief
Sri Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy and other leaders, the party said here on Wednesday
that the date of the public meeting will be announced soon after consulting the
concerned officials and the police department.

“We are happy we got
permission from High Court to hold the Samaikya Sankharavam public meeting in
Hyderabad. It may be difficult to make arrangements to conduct it on Oct19 as
we had proposed earlier. We will contact the police department and other
officials and fix a date soon for the purpose,” YSR Congress Party senior
leader Dr. M.V. Mysura Reddy told reporters.

However, there is no
change in the venue of the public meeting and it will be held at Lal Bahadur
Stadium as already thought, he said.

Earlier, High Court said
in its orders that YSRCP can hold its Samaikya Sankharavam public meeting in
Hyderabad but said the meeting must be closed between 2 to 5 PM. The court also
found fault with the denial of permission by the city police commissioner.

Mysura said the
party approached the High Court as the Government had not given permission for
holding the Samaikya Sankharavam public meeting.

“It is very
unfortunate that the police, acting under the instructions of the sadistic
Government, denied permission for our meeting on the pretext of law and order
problems. But ultimately, justice prevailed and we got permission,” he

Asserting that the
Indian constitution has guaranteed all citizens freedom of speech, Mysura
clarified that the meeting is not intended to hurt any one’s feelings or
provoke hatred among people.

“We only intended to
drive home a strong message through this meeting that welfare schemes and
developmental activities can go hand in hand successfully only in a united
Andhra Pradesh. This is good not only for our state but also for our entire
country,” Mysura Reddy asserted, adding that all the three regions will suffer
if the state is divided.

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