BRS protests over LPG price hike continue for second day


HYDERABAD: Telangana’s ruling Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) protests throughout the state towards the hike in value of cooking gasoline continued for the second consecutive day on Friday.

Ministers, MPs, state legislators and BRS leaders led the protest at varied locations.

On a name given by BRS working president KT Rama Rao, protests had been organized in headquarters of all Meeting constituencies.

Carrying posters and elevating slogans towards the BJP-led authorities, the protesters both staged sit-ins or took out rallies. In addition they cooked meals on firewood as a mark of protest.

The ruling occasion held an enormous protest close to the Ambedkar statue at Tank Bund in Hyderabad. State Home Minister Mohammed Mehmood Ali participated within the protest organized by native MLA Danam Nagender.

Massive variety of girls with empty cylinders participated within the protest, demanding the Middle to roll-back the hike.

Transport Minister P. Ajay Kumar led an enormous protest in Khammam. He slammed the Modi authorities on the Middle for additional burdening the frequent man with one other hike in LPG value.

At Tallada in Khammam district, MLA Sandra Venkat Veeraiah led the protest. He carried firewood on his head as a symbolic protest.

Revolutionary protests had been seen at some locations because the protestors “hanged’ cylinders or carried out “funeral procession”.

Main the protest at Jubilee Bus Station in Secunderabad, Animal Husbandry Minister T. Srinivas Yadav demanded that the Modi authorities ought to step down for failing to examine costs.

He alleged, “The government was increasing the prices of LPG to shield Ambani and Adani.”

Yadav claimed that the BJP will lose the 2024 elections.

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