Campaign for SCCL polls gathers pace in Manuguru

Campaign for SCCL polls gathers pace in Manuguru
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Deputy Chief Minister Mohammad Mahmood Ali addressed ‘Athmeeya Sammelanam’ meeting of the Muslim minorities here on Monday as part of TRS campaign for the trade union elections in the Singareni Collieries, to be held on October 5.

Manuguru: Deputy Chief Minister Mohammad Mahmood Ali addressed ‘Athmeeya Sammelanam’ meeting of the Muslim minorities here on Monday as part of TRS campaign for the trade union elections in the Singareni Collieries, to be held on October 5.

Addressing the meeting, Mahmood Ali called upon Muslim workers to bring about unity among their ranks and ensure victory for the Telangana Boggu Gani Karmika Sangham (TBGKS). He said the TRS government was implementing welfare schemes for the benefit of workers. Ali appealed to the gathering to ensure huge win with majority for TBGKS candidates with the symbol of arrow.

Among those who attended the meeting were MP Sitaram Naik, MLA Payam Venkateshwarlu, combined district TRS president Baig, Minority Finance Corporation Chairman Syed Akbar Hussain, State Minorities Cell President Mujibuddin, leaders of TBGKS and SCMLU and Muslim workers.

In Manuguru, MLC Palla Rajeshwar Reddy campaigned on behalf of Telangana Boggu Ghani Karmika Sangham (TGBKS) for recoginsed traded union elections here on Monday. Speaking on the occasion, he said TGBKS is jointly contesting with SCMU. “The Telangana Government opposed Singareni management in closing the existing underground mines.

Because of the state government, Singareni Collieries Company Limited issued notification for filling up 750 vacant posts in the company,” he added.

He appealed to the workers to vote for TGBKS and ensure its victory. Similarly, Former Union Minister Balram Nayak campaigned on behalf of All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC) for recoginsed traded union elections here on Monday.

Speaking on the occasion, he made it clear that AITUC was the only union which fights for workers’ rights. He criticised TGBKS for failing to solve 72 issues mentioned in its manifesto.Former MP Rega Kantha Rao, AITUC branch secretaryRam Gopal and other leaders were present.

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