Resign and join Samaikya stir, Ashok Babu tells MPs

APNGOA president P Ashok Babu has said that Central government employees will take out a rally in support of Samaikyandhra at Gajuwaka on October 4 and in the city on the following day.

Published: 29th September 2013 10:55 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th September 2013 10:55 AM   |  A+A-

APNGOA president P Ashok Babu has said that Central government employees will take out a rally in support of Samaikyandhra at Gajuwaka on October 4 and in the city on the following day.

Addressing a media conference here Saturday,  Ashok Babu said that the Samaikyandhra movement, which was nearly two months old, would be further strengthened if employees of the Union government organisations joined hands with their counterparts in the state government.

Ashok Babu said that the Union government employees were donating a day’s pay to support the agitation. APNGOA would provide support to the families of APSRTC employees and teachers who had lost lives during the Samaikyandhra agitation. APNGOs would meet all MPs of the region or write to them appealing to them to resign and support the cause of the united state. The MPs who were against Samaikyandhra would not have any political career in the future as the people would teach them a lesson in the next elections.

Clarifying that APNGOA was not a political party, Ashok Babu called upon the MPs of all political parties to resign and join the Samaikyandhra agitation without carrying their respective party flags.

He said that about eight to nine MPs had taken a decision to resign. The APNGOs would ensure that the contentious issue of state bifurcation was carried forward up to next General Elections.

VSP-recognized trade union president D Adinarayana said that employees of all industries, including Coromandel, HPCL, had decided to participate in the agitation to bring pressure on the Union government along with the State government employees.

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