Dharna Chowk Dharna: Inspector Sridevi Caught On Camera

A police inspector in civil dress who posed as a local person demanding shifting of Dharna Chowk from Indira Park has shifted to police uniform and was caught by media camera embarrassing the Government and her department

Hyderabad: Call by opposition parties” Capture Dharna Chowk” on May 15 turned violent with police lathicharge and arrests of leaders near Indira Park. For the first time, local people came out with a slogan supporting the Government’s decision to shift Dharna Chowk. But it was a programme planned by T government as claimed by oppopstion parties, particularly by TJAC Chairman Kodandaram.

Adding strength to his comments, here is a picture which proves that police in civil dressed posed as locals with placards demanding shifting of Dharna Chowk.

Picture of local Inspector Sridevi in civil dress holding play card in the morning and wearing police uniform in the afternoon is going viral in social media now. But Sridevi’s version is different. As per Sridevi, she took the placard to control the disruptive situation and media with enthusiasim took the photo shot of it.

But no one is prepared to believe her and sridevi is also ready to face any kind of trail from department. She has since been punished by her department by a transfer.

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TNSF dharna over welfare hostels’ problems

Hyderabad: Telugu Nadu Students Federation (TNSF) held dharna in front of the Social Welfare Department building on Thursday demanding social welfare hostels’ problems solved immediately.

Addressing the dharna, TNSF president Chiluka Madhusudhan Reddy alleged that the TRS Government has totally failed to resolve the  problems of students staying in social welfare hostels in the State. A large number of students of welfare hostels also participated in the dharna.

Reddy alleged that there is no security to the students of social welfare hostels and government  has also failed to improve facilities in the hostels. Though prices of essential commodities have been increasing, the  government has not increased mess charges of the students of  welfare hostels.

TNSF president warned of a state-wide agitation  if the government failed to meet the  demands for improving facilities in social welfare hostels in the State.

Earlier, the agitating TNSF members went to submit a memorandum to the Social Welfare Commissioner G D Aruna. But on not finding the commissioner, they protested in a novel way by placing  the memorandum in the chair. –NSS

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Congress Leaders Protesting for Sanitary Workers Salary Hike Were Arrested

HYDERABAD: Demanding immediate end to sanitary workers strike, Telangana Congress leaders today staged a dharna at the main entrance of Telangana Secretariat. The protesting Congress leaders, who were demanding that the government extend salary hike to GHMC sanitary workers in the entire state, were taken into custody by police for disrupting free movement of officials and staff into the Secretariat.

Speaking on the occasion, Opposition Leader Jana Reddy expressed displeasure at the Rao’s government for being undemocratic towards the strike of the sanitary workers.

Demanding withdrawal of ousting orders, the senior Congress leader reprimanded the government for failing to focus on the issue, which was worsening the unhygienic conditions that may spread diseases.

Reddy asked the government to extend salary hike to all sanitary workers in the state. Though the sanitation workers are on the warpath for the past 11 days, the government remained adamant to resolve the issue, he alleged.

Reddy slammed Chief Minister Chandrasekhar Rao for giving an ultimatum to striking workers, who failed to resume duties. He made a veiled swipe at the chief minister for making an announcement to hike salaries only to workers under GHMC purview. The Congress will intensify protests if the government failed to resolve the issue by Friday evening, he warned.

TPCC Chief Uttam Kumar Reddy, former APCC Chief Ponnala Lakshmaiah, deputy floor leader, Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka, Shabbir Ai, MP Hanumanth Rao, former MP Anjan Kumar Yadav, former ministers Danam Nagender, Sridhar Babu and others staged protest. Meanwhile, the Left Parties and leaders of other parties went round the city enforcing bandh. (NSS)

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