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Group of Ministers gives assurance to BCs
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Group of Ministers gives assurance to BCs

BC Welfare Association President to go ahead with indefinite fast

Hyderabad, January 25, 2008

The Group of Ministers, M Mukesh Goud, N Raghuveera Reddy and Dharmana Prasada Rao listed to the grievances of the BCs at the Secretariat here and assured them that they would incorporate their demands in the report they would have to submit to the Government before the beginning of the Budget Session of the Assembly.

Despite the assurances of the GoM, AP State Backward Welfare Association president, R Krishnaiah will go ahead with his indefinite strike in the State Capital from January 28. At the meeting, there was representation from 74 of the 95 BCs.

Speaking to media after the meeting, Mukesh Goud and Raghuveera Reddy said that they have heard the problems of majority of the BC castes, those caste representatives would count not make it to the meeting can sent their representations to the Cabinet Sub Committee during the next three days. They said that the government is committed to the uplift of the BCs in all areas and see that they lead a respectable life. They further said that the government had implemented welfare programmes of upliftment of BCs in the State like sanctioning of pensions to over 21.32 lakh BCs with an increase amount of Rs.200pm and scholarships to 7.29 lakh students.

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