Aditya students participated in Samaykyandhra Movement
Students of Aditya degree colleges, Rajahmundry participated in Samaykyandhra Movement in Govt. Arts College Campus, Rajahmundry organized by Samaykyandhra JAC and Educational Institutions JAC. They also participated in the Rally held after.
Ghazal Srinivas participated as the chief guest in the program. He sung various songs stating the necessity of keeping our Andhra State united. His songs ignited the united spirit in the students. He also stated that if a state is to be formed based on language, then India has to be divided into 1400 states, which surely effects the sovereign and Integrity of our Country.
Students of various educational institutions participated in cultural programs, sung songs and played various skits demonstrating varuious draw backs that are to be faced when our stated is divided. After cultural programs, Students participated in long march from arts college grounds upto Lala Cheruvu Centre and formed a human chain on the National Highway.