Pawan Kalyan, the President of the JanaSena Party, on the 3rd of November, conducted a public meeting after the ‘Chalo Visakha’ march.
On the 3rd of November, the JanaSena Party called for a long march from Guntur to Visakhapatnam. After the conclusion of the march, in the evening, the Party President conducted a public meeting and addressed JanaSena leaders, volunteers, activists and construction workers.
During the meeting, Pawan Kalyan said the JanaSena Party is giving two weeks to the Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party (YSRCP) to resolve the sand shortage issue in Andhra Pradesh.
The public meeting was organised on the Old Jail Road in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh.
During the public gathering, Pawan Kalyan said, “If the Government is still not paying heed to the concern, we will intensify our fight taking up the issue to New Delhi and conducting another march in Amaravati.”
Mr. Kalyan said the JanaSena Party and its leaders have nothing against the YSRCP Government and what they are doing is for the construction workers who are suffering due to the sand crisis.
Kalyan said, “Government’s policy is impacting people. The sand crisis is affecting not just the construction industry but scores of allied sectors as well. It is unfortunate that already 36 construction workers had committed suicide.”
The people who attended the gathering observed one minute of silence for all the workers who committed suicide in the past few days in Andhra Pradesh. The sand crisis is one of the major issues the State’s construction industry is facing.
Despite the new Sand Mining Policy of the YSRCP Government, the situation did not get better as the workers are still suffering due to lack of jobs.
Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh (AP,) said the YSRCP Government would look into the matter and resolve the crisis soon.
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