Gram Rojgar Sahayaks continue strike, holds ‘Tiranga Yatra’

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 08 Jun 2018 11:30:46


 

Staff Reporter

GRAM Rojgar Sahayaks and Panchayat Sahayaks’ strike continued on 25th day at Ambedkar Jayanti Park, 2nd number Bus Stop and took out Tiranga Yatra from the park to Bharat Mata Chouraha.State Spokesperson and District President Shailendra Chouksey said that Tiranga Yatra was organised from Ambedkar Jayanti Park to Bharat Mata Chouraha via Mata Mandir Chouraha, P&T Chouraha. He said that a large number of rojgar sahayaks having tricolours in their hands participated in the yatra and hoisted flag and sang national anthem and concluded the yatra. State President Roshan Parmar warned Government that if decision is not taken over the demands till June 12 then around 23,000 rojgar sahayaks working in village panchayats will start ‘Maha Andolan’ at TT Nagar Dussehra Maidan from June 13. Chouksey informed that rojgar sahayaks will start day and night sit-in from June 13 to 20. They will takeout Gandhi Yatra, Tiranga Yatra etc. Work of MNREGA, Swachh Bharat Mission, Mazdoor security cards, Prime Minister Housing Scheme, work of samagra portal, payment of panchayat darpan etc are getting affected consequently the beneficiaries have to face difficulties.
Rojgar Sahayaks including Shailendra Chouksey, Samunder Kumar, Parmeshwar Kushwaha, Santosh Pal, Shivraj Gurjar, Lalit Solanki, Mahesh Gurjar, Sudhir Sharma, Vishnu Meena, Sumitra Prajapati, Narendra Vishwakarma, Sanjay Saini, Honey Jain, Dwarka Patel and others participated in Tiranga Yatra.