Meanwhile, YSR Congress has chalked out a month-long mass-contact programme beginning on Gandhi Jayanti (October 2) till the Andhra Pradesh formation day on November 1, in support of its demand of keeping the state united.
"We will begin the programme with a day's fast on October 2 by leaders of our party in 175 Assembly constituencies spread over 13 districts (of coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema) and will culminate with all panchayats holding a meeting and passing resolution to keep the State united," YSRCP leader Konathala Ramakrishna told reporters in Hyderabad.
"We also call upon the supporters of united Andhra Pradesh to extend their support to our programme and also to the public meeting which we are going to organize in the city on October 19," he added.


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