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Professor M Kodandaram faces TJAC criticism

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Mar 2, 2017, 6:55 am IST
Updated Mar 2, 2017, 6:57 am IST
Differences among TJAC leaders cropped up after the ‘unemployment rally’ was foiled by the government.
TJAC senior leader Pittala Ravinder and others accused its chairman Prof. M. Kodandaram of leading it like it was a political party and not a social organisation.
 TJAC senior leader Pittala Ravinder and others accused its chairman Prof. M. Kodandaram of leading it like it was a political party and not a social organisation.

Hyderabad: Fissures within the TJAC have deepened further. Differences among TJAC leaders cropped up after the ‘unemployment rally’ was foiled by the government which imposed heavy police restrictions. TJAC senior leader Pittala Ravinder and others accused its chairman Prof. M. Kodandaram of leading it like it was a political party and not a social organisation. They found fault with the Prof Kodandaram for allying with political parties.

On Wednesday, these accusations came out in the public in the form of an open letter addressed to Prof Kodandaram. In the letter, the TJAC leaders accused Prof Kodandaram of taking unilateral decisions and colluded with some political parties for his vested political interests. “Is TJAC a social organisation or a political party? Prof Kodandaram is running it like a political party. In the general body meeting held earlier, it was decided to run TJAC like a social organisation. Due to his hasty decisions, the unemployment rally brought disrepute to TJAC,” said Mr Ravinder.

 

Prof. Kodandaram was also accused of displaying a ‘feudal mindset’. “He should realise that he became the chairman with the approval of all members of TJAC. He is answerable to us all. Where is the need for him to share dais with leaders of political parties in the meetings conducted by TJAC,” they questioned.

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Location: India, Telangana, Hyderabad




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