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CPM to move HRC on impact of stir

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CPI ( M) state Secretary BV Raghavulu on Friday said his party will move Human Rights Commission complaining that the united Andhra movement in Seemandhra regions badly affected the lives of weaker sections, poor, physically challenged and students.

  • Raghavulu rues over the effects of the agitation
  • on various sections of society (strapline)
  • CPM to move HRC against Samaikya stir

Hyderabad : CPI ( M) state Secretary BV Raghavulu on Friday said his party will move Human Rights Commission complaining that the united Andhra movement in Seemandhra regions badly affected the lives of weaker sections, poor, physically challenged and students.

Participating in a roundtable meeting, organised by Vikalangula Hakkula Jatiya Vedika, on “ united Andhra movement- its affect on differently abled “ here, he said that not reaching the benefits of welfare schemes meant for the weaker sections will attract the violation of human rights. No political party has taken the problems being faced by weaker communities as a serious issue which ultimately landed them in trouble by not receiving pension and foodgrains supplied every month and other benefits.

Students in the region lost their studies with the closure of schools, welfare hostels and other government educational institutions, he said and demanded the government to open all schools exempting them from the intensified united Andhra stir. Raghavulu felt the ongoing agitation did not address social justice leaving many sections in the lurch.He also demanded government to disburse pensions through post to all needy immediately. The Vedika leaders Rajendar , Narasimha and Nageshwara Rao held the political parties as responsible for the unrest prevailing in coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema regions.

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