Madiga Reservation Porata Samithi activists burn Chief Minister effigy

Madiga Reservation Porata Samithi activists burn Chief Minister effigy
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Protesting the arrest of Madiga Reservation Porata Samithi (MRPS) founder Manda Krishna Madiga by State police, the MRPS activists burnt the effigy of Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu at Mallikarjuna theatre here on Tuesday. The MRPS workers led by its State spokesperson Narendra Babu Madigan came in rally carrying the effigy and burnt it in the town.

Madanapalle (Chittoor): Protesting the arrest of Madiga Reservation Porata Samithi (MRPS) founder Manda Krishna Madiga by State police, the MRPS activists burnt the effigy of Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu at Mallikarjuna theatre here on Tuesday. The MRPS workers led by its State spokesperson Narendra Babu Madigan came in rally carrying the effigy and burnt it in the town.

AP police arrested MRPS founder at Kodad in Nalgonda district while he was proceeding to Ibrahimpatnam near Vijayawada to address a meeting on SC classification

Speaking on the occasion, Narendra Babu slammed the TDP government for its repressive measures of suppressing democratic rights. He strongly condemned the State police for arresting Krishna Madiga in Kodad in Nalgonda district when he was coming to the State for addressing a meeting organised by MRPS at Ibrahimpatnam near Vijayawada in support of SC classification.

The MRPS leader said Andhra Pradesh is not the Jagir of Chandrababu Naidu family or his father-in-law NT Rama Rao family and the people have the right to meet to discuss their issues and warned that the TDP government will face the wrath of Madiga if it continued to suppress the Madigas in the State.

He demanded the State government to release Krishna Madiga immediately and also tender an apology to him and the Madiga community for arresting him without any reason but only prevent him from addressing the Madiga meeting. Later, police took Narendra Babu and MRPS leaders Vasu, Bujji, Anil and others into custody. They were later let off.

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