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By Our Staff Reporter
HYDERABAD, MAY 20. After farmers it is the turn of handloom weavers to demand financial assistance from the Government.
Putting forth the demand, the Andhra Pradesh Cheneta Karmika Sangham on Thursday demanded relief to weavers on the lines of that extended to farmers who had resorted to suicide for which it blamed the `anti-labour' policies pursued by the Telugu Desam Government.
A. Narasimha Rao, president, and E. Ashok, general secretary, in a statement said the sangham had taken up many agitations demanding payment of ex gratia and relief to the handloom sector.
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