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Kadapa: A lawyer from Kadapa, P Srikanth Reddy, distributed rice bags to 60 financially poor workers at RTC...

Kadapa: A lawyer from Kadapa, P Srikanth Reddy, distributed rice bags to 60 financially poor workers at RTC bus stand in Kadapa town on Saturday. He said that he distributed rice bags to help the APSRTC workers as they didn’t get wages as they are participating in the Samaikyandhra agitation since six weeks.
As the electricity employees didn’t allow the contract workers to rectify the technical problem in the sub-station at Sankarapuram in Kadapa town left about 15 mandals in Kadapa district in darkness on Saturday from 4 am. All the transactions in government offices are totally paralysed for the 46th day as NGOs agitation. Led by women JAC, women in large numbers held a massive rally from State Guest House to the Collectorate in Kadapa town on Saturday. The relay hunger strike of NGOs, teachers, professors and management of private engineering colleges are continuing. The lawyers took part in the relay hunger strike on Saturday.
The women employees held a rally in Proddatur where the employees of all government departments also participated. Women even displayed ‘Karra Samu’ (stick fight) on the roads. Later, they formed a human chain at Puttaparthi Centre. Proddatur MLA Mallela Lingareddy alleged that it was YS Jaganmohan Reddy who gave the total script to UPA about the articles and points in Constitution that will help in State bifurcation. He alleged that YSR Congress Party will merge with Congress in near future. He said that he will make TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu to promise that their party will not make alliance with Congress and challenged YSRCP to do the same.
In support of Samaikyandhra agitation, women staged a dharna with empty pots in Porumamilla. The JAC leaders said that Seemandhra will meet injustice with separate Telangana State and will become a desert without irrigation water.
Folk artistes performed folk dances and sang songs to inspire the agitators at Puttaparthi.
The protesters at the ‘Samaikya Rana Bheri’ organised by non-political JAC at Rajampet on Saturday declared of intensifying the agitation if the government doesn’t takes back its decision of State bifurcation. Electricity employee Venkata Ramana fell down in the meeting who had been taking active part in the Samaikyandhra agitation. He died while shifting to the hospital.
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