Half-naked demo, bike rally, closure of banks and PSUs mark the agitation on Wednesday

Samaikyandhra agitation, which has crossed 70-day mark in the East Godavari district, continues with the same vigour with the protests of APNGOs and Electricity department and RTC employees in various forms against bifurcation of the State on Wednesday.

Electricity employees formed a human chain in front of the office of the Transco SE on the Godavari bund and demonstrated their anger on the bifurcation with half naked show on the road.

JAC leaders demanded the Central Government to withdraw Telangana note immediately. Later, they took out a bike rally in the town and urged the people to cooperate with the Transco employees who are agitating for united Andhra Pradesh.

Meanwhile, the APNGOs laid a siege to Central Government offices on Wednesday. They stalled work at all the public sector undertakings and banks for the second day and obstructed all the transactions. Meanwhile, Katta Satyannarayana, who was severely injured in the attack by Telangana activists when he was coming from Hyderabad after attending ‘Save Andhra Pradesh’ meeting returned to Rajahmundry on Wednesday. He was working in Commercial Taxes office here. Deputy Commissioner D.T.V. Ramana, Assistant Commissioner P.J. Stephen and co-employees extended their solidarity to him.

Electricity employees formed a human chain in front of the office of the Transco SE on the Godavari bund