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Upping the ante: Activists of Left parties conducting a rally in Warangal. (Right) Artistes of Praja Natya Mandali staging a demonstration at the bus station in Nalgonda on Monday. –
Mahabubnagar: Demanding the roll back of RTC bus fares activists of CPI and CPI (M) staged a dharna in front of bus station here on Monday.
Leaders of left parties including CPI district secretary E. Narasima and CPI (M) district secretary Kille Gopal addressing the gathering demanded the government to roll back the bus fares immediately. They also asked the government to take steps to reduce the prices of essential commodities.
While, students of Palamuru University organised Telangana ‘dhoom dham’ at Koilkonda mandal headquarters and appraised the people about the necessity of separate Telangana.
Members of PDSU organized a public court at Mahabubnagar town. After hearing 610 GO, Gentlemens agreement and others the judge in his judgment ordered for hanging the union government till its death. Earlier they took out an impressive rally.
Students of Vivekanandha Degree College also took out a rally and formed a human chain.
Sevaral TDP activities joined the relay hunger strike being organised by JAC TDP district president and Achampet MLA P. Ramulu who visited the hunger strike camp expressed his solidarity. He reiterated that TDP also for separate Telangana.Activists arrested
Adilabad Staff Reporter writes: The CPI and CPI(M) jointly staged a dharna in front of the RTC bus depot on Monday demanding roll back of the bus fare hike affected a few days back. About 200 activists raised slogans against the hike. They were taken into custody by the Two-Town police and were released later.Buses stopped
Nalgonda Staff Reporter writes: Activists of CPI and CPI(M) district units picketed the RTC bus depot here on Monday in protest against the steep hike in bus fares.
The protesters disrupted the movement of the buses from the depot to various destinations for sometime demanding immediate withdrawal of hike on bus charges.
Speaking on the occasion, CPI district secretary Mallepalli Adi Reddy alleged that the government imposed a backbreaking burden on the common man by increasing the bus charges steeply, while the State was reeling under turmoil.
“It is ridiculous on the part of Chief Minister K. Rosaiah and Transport Minister S. Vijayarama Raju to feign ignorance about the move,” he deplored and demanded the government to roll back the hike in the bus charges forthwith.
CPI (M) district secretary Nandyala Narasimha Reddy, Munugode MLA U Yadagiri Rao of the CPI, and others spoke. CPI leader Ghulam Rasool and CPI(M) leader Syed Hasham besides, a host of senior leaders of left parties participated in the demonstration.
Artistes of Praja Natya Mandali also staged a demonstration at the bus station in the town denouncing the bus fare hike and skyrocketing prices of essential commodities.Dharnas held
Sangareddy Staff Reporter: Demanding to scale down the increased fare in RTC, workers of the CPI(M) held dharnas at the depots in Medak district on Monday.
Addressing the party workers, CPI(M) district committee member K. Rajaiah said that the agitation would be continued till the charges were brought down. District committee members G. Jayaraj, M. Adivaiah, A Mainkyam and others participated in the agitation.
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