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KPCC task force submits 12-point demand to Mysuru DC

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Mysuru: KPCC Mysuru regional task force submitted a 12-point demand to the district administration on Saturday.

The task force led by former minister N Cheluvayaswamy submitted the list of demands to Deputy Commissioner Abhiram G  Sankar. The demands adressed to Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa are framed after vetting into the conditions of the people in crisis during the lockdown imposed due to the spread of Coronavirus in the state.

The demands include- immediate sanction of Rs 5,000 to jan dhan accounts, farmers, old age pensioners and others coming under unorganised labour sector, the government must directly buy the agricultural produces from farmers and transport them, besides setting up separate task force at every district level and give first preference to farmers, the beneficiaries of Anna Bhagya must be given additional 10 kg rice, five kg wheat, three kg dal and other essential needs, special package for MSME and its workers as the very sector contributes 30 pc to the GDP of the country, all those working in the private sector should be paid salary for the months of April and May and shouldn’t be removed from the job, those creating false impression against muslims should be jailed and criminal case should be filed against them as it is leading to communal clash, action should be taken against the BJP MLAs and leaders who are gaining publicity by printing their photos on the relief materials of the government, the government should ensure whether the funds being raised by organisations and individuals is reaching the needy, the government should immediately release the salary pending for health and family welfare department employees from the past four months, the private medical establishments like nursing homes, hospitals and clinics which are ordered to be closed should reopen as the people are finding if difficult to get treatment for other ailments as the government hospitals and PHCs are converted into Covid-19 hospital, redress the grievances of those undergoing dialysis at taluk level as they number in the range of 125 to 130 people as the dialysis centres are closed and safety gears should be given to doctors, paramedical staff, nurses and Asha workers, as it is really to pathetic to know that they are devoid of adequate number of safety equipment.

Former Chamarajanagar MP R Dhruvanarayan, MLAs H P Manjunath and Dr Yathindra Siddaramaiah, MLC R Dharmasena, former MLAs Vasu, M K Somashekar and P M Narendra Swamy, KPCC spokesperson M Lakshmana, Mysuru city and district Congress Committee president R Murthy and rural president Dr B J Vijaykumar were present.

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