Telangana Jana Samithi Party Launched by TJAC Chairman Kodandaram
The Telangana Joint Action Committee chairman Kodandaram announced the launch of his new political party Telangana Jana Samithi Party – on Monday. The party will be formally launched on April 29 2018, he said.
The venue for the launch, however, has not been finalised. The party members claim they are certain that the Hyderabad police, acting at the behest of the TRS government, will deny them permission.
Telangana Jana Samithi Party
Telangana Jana Samithi came into being in the country’s 29th state, Telangana, on Monday.
Telangana Joint Action Committee (JAC) Chairman Prof Kodandaram earlier in the day formally announced the name of the party, which had already been approved by the Election Commission of India.
The flag of the party will be hoisted at a function on April four, according to party sources.
Kodandaram said Telangana movement was held in deference to the aspirations of the people bemoaned there was no respect to the aspirations of the people after the formation of the separate State.
There was also no respect to democratic values in the new State, he said and alleged the Chief Minister was conducting review meetings without inviting the ministers concerned. He also alleged that K Chandrasekhar Rao was the only Chief Minister, who stayed away from the Secretariat.
Claiming that several leaders were inclined to join his party, Kodandaram said he has already appointed preparation Committees for the public meeting to be held on April 29. He also said they took permission from the police for holding the meeting either at Secunderabad Parade Grounds, LB Stadium or NTR Stadium or Saroornagar Stadium.
Telangana Jana Samithi Logo
Telangana Jana Samithi Logo not yet Launched.
Telangana Jana Samithi Party Flag
- The TJAC sought the opinions of people on how the flag of the new political party should be and what it should reflect
- The TJAC posted three designs of flags for the new party on social media as well as messaging App, WhatsApp
- In all the three designs, a wheel-like symbol indicating Telangana martyrs’ memorial is used at the centre of the flag, surrounded by the people of Telangana, saluting their noble sacrifices. They are followed by Telangana women playing Bathukamma
- The colour combinations proposed in the flag are white, green, sky blue, navy blue, yellow and purple