Hyderabad (Agencies): Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and other pro-Telangana organisations on Saturday announced that they will start a "non-cooperation movement" from February 17 intensifying their agitation for Telangana.

Parties said that they will continue to press upon the Centre for introduction of Bill for formation of the separate state in the Budget session of Parliament.

The leaders of TRS, BJP and several peoples' organisations met Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy, under the banner of the Telangana political Joint Action Committee (JAC), and conveyed their decision to him.

"We told the Chief Minister to speak to the Centre and see that the Bill for formation of separate Telangana is introduced in the Budget session of Parliament. If the Centre fails to make a clear statement about moving the Bill, we will launch non-cooperation movement from February 17," JAC Chairman M Kodandaram told reporters after meeting the CM.

Building pressure on the MLAs and MPs of Congress and TDP, he said the public representatives should also participate in the agitation failing which they will also face non-cooperation.

"MPs and MLAs should also take the vow for achieving Telangana. They should put pressure on the government. Otherwise, there will be non-cooperation against them also," he said.