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    The Telangana Agricultural Labor Union is asking for help with issues faced by MGNREGA workers in the Palamuru region and the state. Recently, leaders from the association and many MGNREGA workers from Mahabubnagar went to Hyderabad to meet with State Rural Development Panchayat Raj Minister Seethakka. They gave her a list of demands and asked for help with problems faced by wage workers in rural areas.

    Srinu Naik, who is in charge of the Shadnagar region of Mahabubnagar, presented several demands to improve conditions for field assistants and agricultural workers in the state. One of the main demands is for the appointment of field assistants for newly formed gram panchayats and for senior mates to be recognized as field assistants. They also want to reinstate field assistants who were fired by the TRS government and ensure a minimum wage of ₹26,000 for these workers. Additionally, they are asking for a minimum daily wage of Rs 600 without performance measurements and for the number of working days to increase to 200 per year.

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    At a state conference in Hyderabad, Naik talked about the need for employment guarantee programs in both rural and urban areas. He also emphasized the importance of recognizing the contributions of senior mates who have been helping employment guarantee workers since new village panchayats were established in Telangana. Workers from various districts, including Farooqnagar, Kondurgu, Keshampet, and Chaudhary Gudem, attended the conference along with supporters like Anjaneys, Shankar Kanna, Jangaiah, Mallesh, and Ramesh K. Raju.

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