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BJYM accuses police of denying it permission to protest

Hyderabad: BJP Yuva Morcha (BJYM) state president Bhanu Prakash has alleged that Hyderabad city police are biased in granting permission for organising protest rallies against the state government seeking issue of job notification.

Speaking to media at the party’s state office here on Wednesday, he maintained that BJYM had applied to police 10 days ago seeking permission to hold a rally. But the police rejected their application one day before their programme.
Bhanu Prakash said this is an example of how state government is trying to suppress the voice of people using its various agencies.

He demanded that Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao forthwith issue notifications filling vacancies in state government jobs and paying stipends to unemployed youth, as promised by CM during the last assembly general elections.

The BJYM state president said several unemployed youth have committed suicide owing to their helpless situation. He asserted that despite denial of permission, they will be taking out a procession from LB Nagar to JNTU in Kukatpally demanding job notification and stipends.

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www.deccanchronicle.com

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