A delegation of the Telangana Udhyamakarula Forum met the Congress MP from Malkajgiri Revanth Reddy and urged to demand the state government to set up Telangana Udhyamakarula Welfare Board.
In a memorandum submitted to the MP, the members of the Forum led by its Honorary Chairman B Muttiah, and Chairman Dr Cheema Srinivas explained the MP that many of those Telangana frontline agitators are in the dire state now even after the formation of 6 years of the state formation especially during the Covid19 pandemic situation and urged him to ensure that they get a minimum monthly pension of Rs. 5,000 each at least to support their families in this covid situation.
Responding to their demands, Revanth assured to take up the issue with both state and central governments if not his party would incorporate the formation of Telangana Protagonists (Udhyamakarula) Welfare Board demand in his party’s manifesto.
Forum Convenor Gollapalli Nagaraj, Vice Chairmen P Surender Reddy, Janga Sudharshan Co-convenors M Rambabu were among those who met the MP Revanth Reddy.