"We must float a political party if the occasion comes and the need arises for the launch of such a party," Telangana JAC Chairman M Kodandaram said today.
Participating in a Meet-The-Press program organized by the Telangana Journalists JAC on Friday, Kodandaram opined that the society was in need of a value-based political party, and said the JAC would wage a fight for the sake of alternative political values through such a party.
He however said that the JAC would continue even if it launched a political party.
He said that the unemployed youth would be affected severely by the abolition of the zonal system. There was a need to amend the zonal system, and not to abolish it, he said.
Kodandaram also said that the JAC would organise the unemployed youth rally on February 22 in a peaceful manner. He urged the unemployed youth to extend their cooperation towards this, and cautioned them against getting emotional during the event since some people were ready to blame the JAC by creating disturbances leading to a police firing.
He said that the JAC was moving on the paths of Acharya Jayashankar and Balagopal, and expressed hope that the JAC would organise the rally in a manner that would make the nation feel proud.
He said that there were more than one lakh vacant jobs in the State, and demanded that the State government fill them immediately. He explained that there were more than 50,000 vacant positions in public sector firms. He suggested that the State government announce a calendar for recruitment to the jobs.
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