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Cabinet sub committee talks with BC Welfare Association inconclusive

Krishnaiah to go-ahead with indefinite fast on January 28

Hyderabad, January 21, 2008

A Three-member sub-committee of the State Cabinet held talks with R Krishnaiah, president of BC Welfare Association on the demands raised by him ended inconclusively. He announced that he would go ahead with his plans to commence indefinite fast on January 28 on the demands.

The major demands put forth by him includes payment of tuition fee in full by the government to BC Students for all courses, enhancement of BC reservation in Panchayat Raj election to 48 percent in population and hike in mess charges for all categories of BC students to a uniform rate of Rs.600 a month per head.

The three Ministers discussed the financial implications of the demands with him for an hour. Krishnaiah made his stand clear to go fast if there is no positive response from the government in this regard.

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