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VISAKHAPATNAM: Voice of workers in the unorganised sector needs to be represented in the legislative council and parliament to ensure a special bill is introduced for them and common minimum wages is implemented for workers from all sectors across the country, the INTUC opined.
Vizianagaram district Congress leader and INTUC secretary Yedla Adiraju, who has been chosen by the Congress party to contest from the Vizianagaram, Srikakulam, Visakhapatnam Graduates Constituency, told reporters that there was none from these parts to represent the problems of the working class in the council and hoped that with his election this deficiency would be fulfilled.
A large number of trade union leaders from large industries attended the press conference to announce their support to the `official Congress candidate'.
There were 82,000 votes in Visakhapatnam district and of them 6,000 votes were there in Visakhapatnam Steel Plant alone said PCC secretary Edadasari Gopala Rao and hoped that others in the private sector and general public would vote for Mr.Adiraju.
Large section of unemployed graduates and teachers were supporting him in a big way in the three districts, said Mr. Adiraju and said that Second Labour Commission Report was being implemented in all the States.
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