Kosal Kranti Dal (KKD) launches mass contact programme

July 21, 2011 at 6:41 am Leave a comment

Following report is from expressbuzz:

SAMBALPUR: Buoyed by the support generated over demand for separate Telangana state, Koshal Kranti Dal (KKD) has upped its ante by declaring a mass contact programme in western Orissa to mobilise opinion for a separate Koshal state.  The campaign has already been launched from Sargipali panchayat in Lepripada block of Sundargarh district and under the programme, party functionaries will meet people from various strata of society.

KKD secretary-general Baidyanath Mishra said in the first phase, members of Bar associations, civil society members, ethnic groups and caste-based organisations will be approached for their support to the cause. The campaign team, led by KKD working president Sagar Singh Mankee, will urge them to adopt resolutions for a separate state and send them to the President.  In the second phase of  the mass contact programme, the Dal will meet politicians to assess their attitude towards formation of a  separate Koshal state and bring them around to work for “Independence of the  region from the bondage of colonial coastal administration.”


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