Hyderabad, August 7:: black flag display protest with black balloons flying was held at LB Nagar cross roads under the auspices of Rangareddy District all parties meeting extent call of wake up chiefMinister The program was presided.by Telangana Jana Samithi district president Palle Vinay .
In this context, Vinay Kumar Palle said that the Chief Minister should pay Rs 7,500 per month for the groceries and livelihood allowance required for any government duty to save the lives of the people through the wake up chief minister programme.
He Demanded Dismissed contract and outsourced employees to rehired. CPI (M) state executive member A. Ravindrachari said the party should stop its crackdown on protests, respect democracy, hold talks with the All India Congress and take steps to save the people of the state from the clutches of the Covid.
Similarly, teachers and lecturers working in private schools were asked to support.
Shabbir Ali, president of the Telangana Private Teachers’ Forum, said the government should pay and support teachers cause schools are closed.
Telangana Jana Samithi state committee leaders Mamata, Shyam Prasad Reddy, CPI leaders Chandu, Pandurangachari, Gausia, New Democracy district leaders Parashuram, Ganesh, Laxman, Nagraj, CPM district leaders Keesara Narsingh Reddy, Telangana Private Employees Union President Ajay Karthik,
TJS LB nagar constituency president KV.RANGAREDDY
Maheshwaram in charge gulsani, the leaders of the new state of the Youth Committee of the Ravi, Srinivas Goud, leader of the Women’s Committee of the biyal prolapse. State leaders Bongu Venkatesh and other community leaders and activists of all parties participated. In this event