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All India Telugu Federation (AITF)

 

All India Telugu Federation (AITF) is the largest organisation in Tamilnadu state started during the year 1989 by Prof C.M.K Reddy. It is an unit of All India Telugu Foundation which proudly unites the largest linguistic minority, Telugu in the state of Tamilnadu with rich cultural heritage.

There are around 1.95 crore of Telugu speaking people (27%) living in Tamilnadu, who are divided into 23 major groups and multiple minor groups. The main aim of AITF is to bring co-ordination among them, unite all their leaders to gain recognition from the government. AITF has succeeded in bringing all sections with Telugu as mother-tongue under one fold.


” Let us take a pledge to work hard, to help our future generations live in this glorious state with pride and dignity. We should not let our ego come in the way of our progress. “

– Prof. C.M.K. Reddy

Prof. C.M.K. Reddy, D.Sc. FRCS (Glas.) FRCS (Ire.)

Founder & President, AITF.

AITF continuously making efforts to achieve the following:

  • Get statistics according to language & community,
  • Include mother tongue in the school syllabus,
  • Proportionate representation in Assembly, Parliament, Ministers, Judges, IAS, IPS, IRS, Group-1 etc.,
  • Extend reservation for low economic group, under the creamy layer concept,
  • Equal Employment opportunities for all,
  • Establish Telugu Academy &
  • Provide due respect to Telugu leaders such as Kattabomman, Tirumalai Naicker, Ondi Veeran, Omandurar, Rani Mangammal, Tanguturi Prakasam, Pitti Theagaraya Chetty, G.D. Naidu, Rao Bahadur Calavala Cannan Chetty etc.,

Demographic data of Telugu Linguistic people in Tamilnadu

District Total Population
(Lakhs)
Telugu Population
(Lakhs)
Percentage
Ariyalur 7.55 1.14 15%
Chennai 46.47 18.4 40%
Coimbatore 34.58 12.11 35%
Cuddalore 26.06 6.53 25%
Dharmapuri 15.07 4.53 30%
Dindugal 21.69 5.4 25%
Erode 22.52 4.5 20%
Kancheepuram 39.98 14 35%
Kanyakumari 18.7 1.88 10%
Karur 10.64 2.12 20%
Krishnagiri 18.8 6.58 35%
Madurai 30.38 10.64 35%
Nagapattinam 16.16 3.24 20%
Namakkal 17.27 3.46 20%
Nilgiris 7.35 1.11 15%
Perambalur 5.65 0.68 12%
Pudukottai 16.18 3.24 20%
Ramanathapuram 13.53 2.03 15%
Salem 34.82 8.7 25%
Sivagangai 13.39 3.35 25%
Tanjavur 24.06 6.03 25%
Theni 12.46 3.75 35%
Thirunelveli 30.77 3.08 10%
Thiruvallur 37.28 14.92 40%
Thiruvannamalai 24.06 6.17 25%
Thiruvarur 12.64 2.52 20%
Thoothukudi 17.5 4.38 25%
Tiruchirapalli 27.22 8.16 30%
Tiruppur 24.79 6.2 25%
Vellore 39.36 11.82 30%
Villupuram 34.59 8.65 25%
Virudunagar 19.42 5.85 30%
Total 719 195 27.12%

(Data source: Demographic enumeration by NGO’s – 2013)