Telugu State Ration Dealers strike to Going to Start From July 1

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Avowing that their proposed inconclusive strike from July 1 onwards won’t be pulled back, Telangana Fair Price Shops Ration Dealers Welfare affiliation president Nayakoti Raju, on Sunday said that the strike would proceed until the point when the administration actualizes their requests.

The apportion Dealers had dialogs with the Civil Supplies Commissioner Akun Sabharwal on Sunday with the last educating in regards to a three-part advisory group being constituted to investigate their requests including month to month honorarium and upgrade commission, among others. He said that their worries and requests will be assessed after which a report would be submitted to Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao for definite endorsement.

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Be that as it may, Mr Sabharwal claimed the Dealers to cancel the proposed strike as it would badly affect numerous recipients who are poor. Cautioning them that they could be supplanted at the watchfulness of the common supplies division, he said that the strike was illicit and could bring about indictment or stringent action .

The Commissioner additionally cleared up that the common supplies dept was set up to guarantee that basic items achieve recipients regardless of a strike by merchants. Be that as it may, the merchants declined to move in an opposite direction from the proposed strike until the point when their requests are met.

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