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Several organisations call for “Modi Go Back” prior to PM’s visit to Ramagundam

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s planned visit to Telangana on November 12 to dedicate the Ramagundam Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited (RFCL) factory is turning into a major issue, with several organizations questioning what exactly is the real purpose of his visit.

Before he enters Telangana, they ask him to fulfill the promises he made to the people of the State and also clear pending bills pertaining to it.

The RFCL factory began commercial operation nearly 20 months ago in March 2021. However, the Prime Minister chose to dedicate it on November 12, causing several organizations to raise doubts. These organizations have called for a “Modi Go Back” campaign opposing the Prime Minister’s visit.

Due to the BJP government’s failure to fulfill the promises made under the Andhra Pradesh Reorganization Act, the CPI has opposed the Prime Minister’s visit. State secretary Koonamneni Sambasiva Rao said Modi’s visit to Telangana appears to be maliciously planned.

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Students’ organizations have also expressed their anger over the proposed visit and pledged to obstruct it. As unemployment continues to rise, students have demanded that the Prime Minister fulfill his promise of two crore jobs a year.

The Telangana Universities Students Joint Action Committee accused the BJP of misusing the Governors’ institution to control the State and accused the party of influencing Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan not to approve the Telangana Universities Common Recruitment Board Bill. The students demanded the Centre recall the Governor for not clearing the Bill and denying them job opportunities.

It was also reported that the employees and workers unions of Singareni and the Electricity Department want the Centre to withdraw the proposed Electricity (Amendment) Bill, which would be detrimental to the people of Telangana.

The Singareni workers also wanted the Centre to clear the proposed wage revision for coal workers. Privatization of coal blocks, public sector undertakings, and the new Labour Code were all opposed. In addition to hoisting black flags, the workers will stage protests across the state on November 12.

By joining these organizations, Telangana Madiga Reservation Porata Samithi (TMRPS) called upon the BJP to complete the Scheduled Castes categorization and approve increased reservations for SCs.

TMRPS State President Vangapalli Srinivas Madiga demanded that the Prime Minister has no moral right to enter Telangana without fulfilling the people’s aspirations.




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