Agitators targeting public representatives
Tirupati: The Samaikyan-dhra agitators, who have been staging protests, rasta rokos and rallies, are now targeting the MPs, Union Ministers of...
Tirupati: The Samaikyan-dhra agitators, who have been staging protests, rasta rokos and rallies, are now targeting the MPs, Union Ministers of Seemandhra region. The agitators demanded the resignations of elected representatives. The medical employees and staff nurses staged a novel protest by giving electric shock treatment to the activists, who are wearing the masks of elected representatives and Sonia Gandhi. Despite the people of Seemandhra region demanding the Centre to keep the State united, the elected representatives are not respecting the sentiment of people, the doctors said.
The medical employees and nurses blamed MPs Dr Chinta Mohan, TTD chairman Kanumuri Bapiraju and Union Minister Chiranjeevi for not responding to their agitations. They boycotted their duties for about two hours and took part in the agitation. The students of SV Arts College burnt the effigies of the public representatives on Tirupati-Chittoor highway and raised slogans against AICC chief Sonia Gandhi and the Union Ministers.
They alleged that all these MPs are sticking to their posts though their term is six months but the voters will teach them a lesson in next general elections, students warned. The students of Agricultural College staged a novel protest by standing on knees for about an hour at the main entrance. They termed the CWC’s decision as ‘divide and rule’ policy and betrayal to Telugu speaking people.
As students they will lose opportunities in higher education and employment if Hyderabad is made capital of Telangana, they pointed out.The students of SV University staged a unique protest by operating computers on the road. Students studying computer courses blamed the Congress party for damaging the employment opportunities in information Technology which are located in Hyderabad. Once Hyderabad city goes to Telangana, there won’t be any job opportunities to the Seemandhra graduates, they said.