Raj Bhavan siege of Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh against corruption

Ranchi: Under the banner of Jharkhand Pradesh Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh, a protest was held in front of Raj Bhavan on many issues including corruption prevalent in government departments, problems of Jharkhand State Cooperative Bank, obese laborers, MGNREGA workers, corruption in coal industries, stopping coal theft.

Thousands of Anganwadi workers, assistants, assistants, BTT employees union, building construction, contract workers, health department, Municipal Corporation, municipality, electricity distribution and sanitation workers of the state participated in it.

Union Vice President Angad Upadhyay said that they reached Raj Bhavan from Morhabadi via Radium Road while protesting with flags and banners.

After the protest there, a meeting was held under the chairmanship of State President Satyanarayan Singh.

After the meeting, a memorandum with 18-point demands was submitted to the Governor. An appeal was made to consider the demands of the employees.

In the protest, General Secretary of Anganwadi Employees Union Pushpa Kumari, General Secretary of Sahiya Anoop Vishwakarma, Brij Kishore Ram, All India Co-Organization Minister of Labor Union Ganesh Mishra, Vice President Rash Bihari Sharma, Regional Organization Minister Dharamdas Shukla, Committee member Suresh Singh, Jharkhand State General Secretary Brij Bihari Sharma, CCL General Secretary Rajiv Ranjan Singh, Praveen Jha, Office Minister Sunil Pandey, Ramdhari Singh, HEC’s Ramashankar Prasad, Ramchandra Gop, Rickshaw Puller Union’s Munna Kashyap, Shop Employees Union’s Sujit Kumar, Subodh Kumar Yadav, Sanjay Chakraborty were present.

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