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TRS to ban Andhra-based corporate colleges

Charges colleges of asking students to be away from Telangana movement

Hyderabad, October 14, 2007

The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) President K Chandrasekhara Rao announced on Sunday that all Andhra-based corporate colleges would be banned when TRS comes to power. He announced this at a press conference saying that the corporate colleges were advising the students to be away from Telangana movement and not to join Telangana 'Vidhyarthi Vibhaag'.

KCR said that the TRS is ready to face mid-term elections of Lok Sabha. The issue would become clear on October 22 when the UPA-Left committee would meet. The party 's fortnight long Praja Sadassu would begin at Bhongir on Monday.

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TRS to ban Andhra-based corporate colleges
Charges colleges of asking students to be away from Telangana movement

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