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    The rally, arranged by the Visakha Ukku Parirakshana Porata Committee (VUPPC), which was established to combat the Union government’s choice to privatise the plant, brought in a big group.
    Leaders at the meeting
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    A rally entitled Visakha Ukku Praja Garjana was held at Vizag’s Trishna premises on Monday, January 30 to honor 2 years given that the very first objection versus the privatisation of the Visakhapatnam Steel Plant (VSP). The rally, arranged by the Visakha Ukku Parirakshana Porata Committee (VUPPC), which was established to combat the Union government’s choice to privatise the plant, brought in a big group.
    Employees as well as employees have actually been opposing since the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) provided initial authorization in January 2021 for 100% disinvestment of the steel plant. After proceeded stress from the unions, progressively all state celebrations have actually expanded assistance to the motion, consisting of the judgment Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress (YSRCP) celebration.
    Monday’s rally saw both the judgment as well as resistance celebrations, preventing the BJP, sign up with pressures. Leaders that talked at the rally stressed the value of guarding the (VSP), which was developed complying with 32 individuals’s long-drawn battles as well as sacrifices. In the upcoming session of Parliament, which started on Tuesday, all celebrations have actually required a collaborated resistance versus the steel plant privatisation.
    AP Minister for Industries Gudivada Amarnath as well as TTD chairman YV Subba Reddy got involved in support of the YSRCP as well as specified that the government is seriously attempting to conserve the VSP. The Minister likewise declared that the state government has actually currently passed a resolution in the Assembly versus the privatisation as well as will certainly remain to take the lead in all future activities.
    Opposition leaders from the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) as well as Left celebrations insisted that just besides MPs increase arguments in the Parliament can there be hope that the choice will certainly be turned around.
    K Ramakrishna, CPI state assistant, stressed the Union government’s unwavering position versus privatisation as well as claimed, “Despite over 700 days of protest, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has not compromised.” Extending assistance to the objection, Jana Sena Party Political Action Committee participant Kona Tatarao claimed that the celebration is devoted to the defense of the Vizag plant.
    Gajuwaka MLA T Nagireddy, previous joint supervisor of CBI VV Lakshminarayana, as well as previous minister Konathala Ramakrishna likewise took part in the rally.
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