Bhubaneswar: Protests have been staged in Bhubaneswar by the CPM, the All India Farmers ‘Union and the All India Field Workers’ Union in Bhubaneswar in protest of the atrocities committed by the oppressed youth. The memorandum has been presented to the President of the Republic of Odisha and the Governor of Odisha.
In the state capital Bhubaneswar, a joint memorandum containing the five-point demand has been issued to the President through the Governor today, October 13, at the Master Canteen Square.
Claims are possible:
i) A judicial inquiry should be carried out under the supervision of the Supreme Court in the case of rape and murder of a young girl.
ii) Exemplary punishment should be given to the perpetrators involved in this case.
iii) Strict penalties should be imposed on police and administrative officials who have been grossly negligent in their lives and duties.
iv) Provide adequate compensation to the families of the victims and provide them with dignity and dignity to live with dignity and dignity.
v) Recommend that the Burma lotus be eradicated in cases of sexual harassment and misconduct against women.
The agitation was led by CITU state president Janardhan Pati, AIKS state secretary Suresh Panigrahi, Odisha Adivasi Adhukara Manch state secretary Sal Mandi, women leader Tapsi Prahraj, Promodini Sahu, senior farmer Jeta Jagannath Mishra, Abhiram Behera, labor leader Satyananda. Behera, Jagadish Jena, Pradeepta Nayak, Prabhat Panigrahi, Ramchandra Tripathi, Satyabrata Mohapatra, Manoranjan Sahu and many other prominent leaders took the lead.