Youth Congress members submitted memorandum addressed to President against rise in fuel price in Badnawar
Youth Congress members submitted memorandum addressed to President against rise in fuel price in Badnawar
FPNS

BADNAWAR (DHAR DISTRICT): Youth Congress workers protested against the unexpected increase in the prices of petrol products at Badi Chowpatty here in Badnawar village of Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh.

Price of petrol has crossed Rs 100 in all the states during the rule of the BJP government. Regarding this, a memorandum addressed to President was also submitted to tehsildar Ajmersingh Gaud.

State secretary Manish Bokadia said that people are already suffering due to the corona pandemic. In such a situation, instead of increasing the price continuously, the government should reduce it. Youth Congress president Kamal Singh Sisodia said that if the prices do not come down then the protest will continue even further. City Congress president Atul Bafna, Ghanshyam Jat, Vinod Sharma, Mahendra Katare, Ashok Bhabhar and were present on this occasion. The memorandum was read by Chetan Singh Rathore.

Memorandum addressed to President submitted

DHAR: On the call of All India Youth Congress Committee National president Srinivas Bibi and on the instructions of Gandhwani MLA Umang Singhar, Madhya Pradesh Youth Congress State president Vikran Bhuria Congress workers protested against the rise in price of petrol on Saturday.

All the workers protested under the leadership of district Youth Congress following the corona guidelines. A memorandum in the name of the President was also submitted to the collector.

Vice-president of Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee IT Cell Pandit Manish Bhargava, General Assembly General Secretary Bhagirath Davar, Youth Congress leaders Nilesh Dhakad Sagaur, Jagdish Makwana and others marked their presence, said Junaid Khan

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