Sharmila, the daughter of former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy, recently met with Telangana Jana Samithi (TJS) chief Kodandaram to discuss the formation of a new political party in Telangana. During their meeting, she urged Kodandaram to lead the Telangana Students and Victims Empowerment (T-SAVE) movement, which aims to provide justice and support to students and victims who have been affected by the Telangana agitation.
The Telangana agitation was a political movement that took place in the state of Telangana from 2009 to 2014. The movement was led by the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) party, which demanded the creation of a separate state of Telangana from Andhra Pradesh. The movement was marked by protests, strikes, and violence, and resulted in the formation of the state of Telangana in 2014.
However, the movement also had a negative impact on many students and victims who were caught up in the violence. Many students were forced to miss school and exams, while others were injured or even killed during the protests. Victims of the violence also suffered, with many losing their homes and businesses.
The T-SAVE movement was formed in 2015 to provide support and justice to these students and victims. The movement is led by a group of activists and students who are committed to helping those who have been affected by the Telangana agitation. The movement has been involved in organizing protests, providing legal aid, and offering counseling and other support services to those in need.
During her meeting with Kodandaram, Sharmila urged him to take on a leadership role in the T-SAVE movement. She argued that Kodandaram’s experience as a political leader and his commitment to social justice would make him an ideal candidate to lead the movement. She also emphasized the importance of providing support and justice to the students and victims who have been affected by the Telangana agitation.
Kodandaram has yet to announce whether he will accept Sharmila’s offer to lead the T-SAVE movement. However, his involvement could be a significant boost to the movement’s efforts to provide justice and support to those who have been affected by the Telangana agitation. With the support of leaders like Kodandaram, the T-SAVE movement could continue to grow and make a positive impact in Telangana.