The striking Andhra Pradesh Non-Gazetted Officers Association will decide on the continuation of strike after its talks with Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy in Hyderabad on October 17.
"We will take a decision on continuing the strike based on our talks with the Chief Minister. We will, however, continue our fight for a united Andhra Pradesh till the end," Association president P Ashok Babu told reporters after a meeting with General Administration Department Secretary (Political) Shiva Shankar.
Ashok Babu said they would submit a report listing their grievances to Chief Secretary P K Mohanty.
The APNGO leader said they would meet elected representatives in Telangana and Hyderabad to press their case for a unified state.
"We will also go to New Delhi to meet leaders of various national parties on the issue," he added.
The APNGO Association launched an indefinite strike on August 12 with the main demand that the Centre withdraw the proposed move to bifurcate the state.
Though the AP Secretariat Seemaandhra Forum, the power sector employees, APSRTC unions and teachers in coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema districts withdrew from the strike "temporarily" on the advise of the Chief Minister, and also in view of the cyclone Phailin, the APNGOs is continuing the strike.
"We may continue our strike endlessly. But, if the Centre goes ahead with the bifurcation process, we will not hesitate to launch a flash strike along with the other unions," Ashok Babu asserted.