Nizamabad Member of Parliament Madhu Yashki on Saturday said that he had submitted memorandums to the state government urging it to concede to the demand of 42 per cent quota in jobs for the Group-1 qualifiers from Telangana region.
Mr yashki told media persons at his residence that the government’s stance over the issue has put it on the path of confrontation with the students. The MP said that it appears that the government is moving ahead with its decision to go ahead with the G-1 exams, having already made its mind to quell any protest by brute force.
Mr yashki wondered if the government is run by the people of by the police, since it is relying on the police to ward off any protests over the G-1 exams.
He also warned the government that if it does not concede to the demands of OUSJAC to announce 42 per cent guarantee to Telangana people in APPSC recruitments and suspension of APPSC Chairman Venkatarami Reddy, then he will participate in the bandh. He said that he would be the first person to face police bullets if the situation arises.
The MP also warned the government that it should be prepared to own responsibility if any students commits suicide over the issue or any untoward incident occurs.
On the other hand Peddapalli Member of Parliament G Vivek said that students of Telangana region are not fully prepared for exams.
He said that he was apprehensive that Andhra and Rayalaseema candidates would outperform students from Telangana in the G-1 exams since their studies had been affected by the continuous protests and agitations in the region over the separate statehood issue.