"We have decided to support and participate in all agitations including various protests by APNGOA against the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh," Seemandhra Lawyers' JAC Co-Convener Muppalla Subba Rao said in a press release.
    
The Seemandhra Lawyers' JAC has also passed a resolution in Anantapur, which was held on September 14, to participate in agitations by non-political JACs and employees JACs in favour of a "united" Andhra Pradesh.
    
"The Central government is now in a dilemmac and it is our first victory. At least now, political leaders should resign their posts to create a political crisis. Otherwise they will not be pardoned by the public," Rao said.
    
Meanwhile, relay fasts launched by Rajahmundry lawyers entered the 48th day today, while agitators painted the hands of all employees, teachers and public with logans like "Jai Samaikhyandhra".

(Agencies)

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