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Vidyut Soudha turns playground for stirs

Vidyut Soudha turns playground for stirs
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While the Seemandhra employees at Vidyut Soudha on Tuesday staged protests against the State bifurcation, the Telangana Electricity Employees (TEE) of APTransco and APGenco continued with their protests for the second consecutive day against the alleged attack on contract employee Santosh Kumar by a section of protesters on Saturday. BJP leader Nagam Janardhan Reddy, MLA and Telangana Mala Mahanadu president Addanki Dayakar, who came to express their solidarity with protesting Telangana employees were arrested and shifted to police station.

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A comprehensive report on alleged attack and brawl would be submitted to Antony panel and Governor ESL Narasimhan in this regard, says TEE JAC

Hyderabad: While the Seemandhra employees at Vidyut Soudha on Tuesday staged protests against the State bifurcation, the Telangana Electricity Employees (TEE) of APTransco and APGenco continued with their protests for the second consecutive day against the alleged attack on contract employee Santosh Kumar by a section of protesters on Saturday. BJP leader Nagam Janardhan Reddy, MLA and Telangana Mala Mahanadu president Addanki Dayakar, who came to express their solidarity with protesting Telangana employees were arrested and shifted to police station. Speaking to The Hans India, TEE JAC co-ordinator, Raghu said that they have lodged a complaint with Punjagutta police station on alleged attack.

“With management keeping silent over the issue we have decided to seek police action. A five-member fact-finding committee will be constituted tomorrow (Wednesday) by Vidyut Soudha to look into the alleged brawl and a comprehensive report would be submitted to Antony panel and Governor ESL Narasimhan in this regard,” said Vidyut JAC co-ordinator.

TEE JAC also found fault with Rajahmundry MP Vundavalli Arun Kumar for his remarks in New Delhi on Monday, that no such attack took place. The attack victim, Santosh Kumar said the Seemandhra employees attacked him without any reason in a parking lot on Monday. Further, he demanded immediate suspension of the accused Seemandhra employees.

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