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Statewide bandh on OBC quota issue on Tuesday
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Statewide bandh on OBC quota issue on Tuesday

Normal life expected to come to a halt

Hyderabad, April 3, 2007

Normal life will come to a halt in Andhra Pradesh on Tuesday as the State Government and all other political parties expressing their solidarity with the bandh call given by BC Organizations on the reservation issue. Sources says that the state government itself has declared a holiday to all the educational institutions. Many examinations are believed to have been postponed. APSRTC will be suspending its bus services in view of the bandh.

The BC organizations called for the bandh protesting against the Apex Court's interim order staying reservations to OBCs in elite educational institutions. The State Assembly has already passed unanimous resolution and the Chief Minister, Dr.YS Rajasekhara Reddy led an all party delegation to the Prime Minister urging him to protest the interests of OBCs.

Telugu Desam Party President N Chandrababu Naidu called upon the party cadres to make the bandh a success. The TRS, CPM, CPI and BJP too extended their support. In a press statement, the Director of Examinations GV Subba Rao announced that examination has been postponed to April 9. Similarly, the SBTET postponed the examination schedule from April 4 to April 20 except HMCT examination that will be held on April 23.

Andhra Pradesh on April 3, 2007

Statewide bandh on OBC quota issue on Tuesday
Normal life expected to come to a halt

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