CPI(M) seeks 2BHKs in Manuguru

CPI(M) seeks 2BHKs in Manuguru
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Speaking after laying siege to the municipal office following a rally from local CPI office, town CPI(M) secretary Bandi Ramesh accused the TRS government of failing to honour its pre-election promise of building two-bedroom houses for the poor across the State. 

Kothagudem: Kothagudem district CPI (M) Working Committee member Annavarapu Kanakayya on Thursday demanded construction of two-bedroom houses for the poor in Manuguru municipal limits.

Speaking after laying siege to the municipal office following a rally from local CPI office, town CPI(M) secretary Bandi Ramesh accused the TRS government of failing to honour its pre-election promise of building two-bedroom houses for the poor across the State.

He said while the Indiramma housing beneficiaries were suffering on account of non-payment of bills, officials concerned with the 2BHK scheme were misleading people. Ramesh contended that while there were lakhs of poor people in the State, only a few hundred double bedroom houses were being allotted.

“The houses remain incomplete even after 30 months indicating the administration’s indifference,” he said, adding that today’s protest was to bring the issues to the government’s notice.

He further warned of launching hunger strike in the first week of January if demands like construction of two-bedroom houses, payment of pending Indiramma housing bills, individual latrines, pensions and house sites were not conceded by the government.

Among those who took part in the protest were CPI(M) district committee members Kataboyina Nageswara Rao, Nellori Nageswara Rao, Ramesh, Mandal secretary N Nageswara Rao, Town working committee member Sankineni Venkat Rao, Town committee members Gaddam Mathayya, Ballari Raju, Pullapu Nageswara Rao, Mandal committee members Pittala Nagamani, Appa Rao, Challa Venkanna, Sudheer, Munigela Subbayya and Bhadramma.

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