CITU State president Ch Narasinga Rao came in farmers protest against government, says this

CITU State president Ch Narasinga Rao raised voiced against BJP’s policies for Farmers. In a statement Narasinga said that the collective fight of the trade unions and farmer unions will continue until the Central government withdraws corporatisation principles. Let us share that CITU extending support to the 'Black Day' observed by 'Samyukt Kisan Morcha' here on Wednesday.

For your information let us share that in this stage the CITU State president demanded that the Union government repeal the three farm laws against which various farmer associations and unions have been protesting relentlessly for the past six months. In protest holding black flags, a protest was held at Gandhi statue near GVMC under the aegis of the trade unions and people's organisations.

He also raised question on current pandemic situation and demanded that the government provide better medical care and financial assistance to the people in the hour of crisis. Meanwhile, a protest was also organised at the Congress party office. City Congress president S Venkateswara Rao, State spokesperson V Srinivas, PCC secretary S Sudhakar and other leaders wore black badges as a mark of protest on the 'Black Day'.

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