Bopparaju Venkateshwarlu: No more protests till AP job demands are met, warns Bopparaju

Bopparaju Venkateshwarlu: No more protests till AP job demands are met, warns Bopparaju

AP JAC Amaravati state president Bopparaju Venkateswarlu has said that they will not stop the movement until the fair demands of AP government employees are resolved. He said that we have been fighting for the problems of government employees for the past 70 days under the auspices of AP JAC Amaravati. He demanded that the government should pay the arrears of Rs. Bopparaju Venkateshwarlu said that regional conferences will be held in Eluru and Guntur on 27th and 28th of this month under the auspices of AP JAC Amaravati.

AP PTD Employees Union will hold general meetings on 24th of this month. Bopparaju Venkateswarlu unveiled the posters of this 27th Mahasabha two days ago. Speaking on this occasion, he revealed that they are preparing for the fourth phase of the movement in the state. He said that the third phase of the movement is currently underway. Bopparaju called upon the employees to come to Eluru for a regional conference on 27th of this month. He clarified that the government is responding because they are continuing the movement and the government is coming forward because their demands are fair. Bopparaju explained that the government should clarify on the payment of PRC and DA dues, there should be a discussion on other demands and the movement will continue until the issues are resolved. He said that the government should disclose in writing when DA dues will be paid.

APGEA is also a movement path
Demand to solve the problems of contract and outsourcing employees including employees and pensioners‌ AP Government Employees Association (APGEA) started the movement from Monday. APGEA leaders held relay hunger strikes in taluk centers across the state. In the first phase, they took initiation in 40 taluka centers of 26 districts. CPS‌ To cancel, regularize contractual employees, pending‌ Leaders demand release of DAs and their dues. did The president and general secretaries of APGEA, Suryanarayana and Askara Rao, said that the 160 demands presented by APGEA should be resolved immediately. June‌ Daily protests and relay hunger strikes will continue in all taluks till 7th, he said. June‌ He said that they will take up another phase of agitation from 8th.

The time for another election in the state is near, but in the padayatra before the last election, the Chief Minister Jagan said that the promises given to the employees are not being fulfilled now. He questioned why the government is using the money they have kept without paying the dues to the employees. Many issues including PRC are still pending. He said that the AP Government Employees Association has called for a step-by-step movement for their solution. He said that the employees of different departments, including the employees of the Gram Ward Secretariat, will participate in their movement activities. He said that the government is not coming forward to solve the problems of the employees and they have no other option but strike.

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