The Congress-led government, that had adopted a tough stand till afternoon against the march, gave in after assurance from the JAC that the agitation programme would be conducted in a peaceful manner.
The government has now permitted the JAC to conduct the march on Sunday from 3 pm to 7 pm on the Necklace Road on the edge of Husain Sagar Lake.
There were hectic deliberations through the day, first between ministers from Telangana region, and later between the ministers and the JAC leaders.
Initially Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy had refused to permit the march citing law and order problem on the eve of the Convention on Biological Diversity, slated to begin in the city on October 1. The police were also against giving the permission in view of the Ganesh idol immersion expected to stretch to the afternoon on Sunday.
The Chief Minister said the government was not against the march but wanted the organisers to come out with alternative venues as there was no way it could be permitted on Tank Bund as originally planned.
He had also sought restriction on the duration of the agitation and asked the ministers to negotiate with the JAC.
Accordingly, Home Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy held talks with the JAC leaders and placed the alternatives before them.
Panchayat Raj Minister K Jana Reddy too intervened and spoke to the JAC leadership.
The ministers then communicated the JAC word to the Chief Minister who agreed to the venue and the march on Sunday.
Meanwhile, TRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao, who is camping in Delhi, asked the party workers and people to participate in the march peacefully.
"They should ensure that no untoward incident takes place during the march," a party release quoted him as saying.
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