YS Sharmila calls an all-party meet on 10 April
for opposition unity against the Telangana govt

Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Telangana party (YSRTP) chief and the sister of Andhra Pradesh CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy - Y S Sharmila proposed a political platform and a committee for the opposition party members that will facilitate the joint fight for the 'future of youth in the Telangana state' and has invited all opposition political parties to discuss the details of the same on April 10.
YS Sharmila said that 'T-SAVE: Telangana Students Action for Vacancies and Employment' will be a joint platform for all the political parties in opposition to join and pledge their commitment and fight for the cause of the unemployed and educated youth of the state of Telangana.
"We invite all opposition parties to a meeting on 10th April to discuss the modalities and crucial aspects to give T-SAVE a much-needed final shape. I feel strongly that time has come for us (Opposition parties - Congress, BJP, YSRTP, TJS) to walk united for the youth whose selfless sacrifices paved the way for Telangana as a separate state.
An All-Party Action Committee (APAC) will drive and guide the platform "T-SAVE while the fight could be headed by Kodandaram, the founder of Telangana Jana Samithi (TJS), an opposition party, YS Sharmila added.