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Left parties protest against price hike

Staff Reporter

- Photo: Thakur Ajay Pal Singh

Disgruntled: Students participating in a public ballot organised by leaders of Left parties in Karimnagar on Tuesday against the fuel and LPG cylinder price hike.

Staff Reporter

NIZAMABAD: The Left parties- CPI, CPI (M) and CPI (ML)-New Democracy activists took out a rally and staged a protest demonstration near the Collectorate here on Wednesday demanding the rollback of petrol, diesel, kerosene and LPG prices that were increased recently.

Intensify struggle

The agitators later spoke to mediapersons and made it clear that they would intensify the struggle if the government failed to reduce the prices which they described as unbearable to the common man.

Karimnagar: Left parties' activists have staged a ‘rasta roko' near the RTC bus station complex in Karimnagar on Tuesday protesting against the fuel and LPG cylinder prices hike.

The CPI district secretary M. Venkat Swamy, CPM leaders Sarangapani and others participated in the dharna.

They flayed the Union Government for burdening the common man by increasing the prices of essential commodities and fuel and cylinder. They demanded that the government roll back the price hike.

Public ballot

Later, they also conducted a public ballot against the UPA government for failing to check the inflation, price hike and resolving the Telangana statehood issue.

Adilabad: Communist Party of India (CPI), CPI (Marxist) and CPI (ML- New Democracy) staged a joint protest on Wednesday demanding roll back of hiked fuel charges. About 200 activists participated in a rally from the R&B guest house and reached the Collectorate.

They handed over a memorandum to the Collector with their demand.

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