WE DEMAND JUSTICE TO ANDHRAPRADESH. PLEASE SUPPORT THE CAUSE BYSIGNING.PROTECT OUR FUTURE
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The very unfair,unethical and unwanted movement for people of ANDHRAPRADESH is bifurcation of state for selfish political gain under closed doors of democracy. People have taught a lesson to congress party on this issue by defeating them.
They have divided liabilities based on population and assets based on geographical aspects putting AP in loosing edge by all means. It left the state with deficit while telangana has become a surplus revenue state.
Believing in promises made by BJP people have elected them.from 4 years we couldn't see any progress regarding special status nor the promises laid down in Act ,in spite of multiple requests and correspondence from our CM ,MP s and ministers and leaders .
We are just left with our name of Ap without proper development leading to unemployment and poverty.there is no proper financial support from central government as promised .
My dear telugu speaking people around the globe it's time to fight for justice to AP.
Unfulfilled promises are
1.Special category status
2.Railway zone at Visakhapatnam
3.Financial support to build our capital Amaravati
4.Integrated steelplant at kadapa
6.Funds to complete polavaram
7.petrochemical project at Kannada
8.Reimbursement of revenue deficit to various educational institutions .
9. Financial support to economically backward districts
This is a humble request from people of AP to all the telugu and nonteluguspeaking sisters and brothers all around the globe please sign this petition and send a strong message to President of india, primeminister of india, speaker's of lok sabha and rajyasabha to do JUSTICE to people of ANDHRAPRADESH . Please sign and save our future.
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