Will the request of Gajuwaka journalists be brought to the notice of CM Jaganmohan Reddy



 - Will the request of Gajuwaka journalists  be brought to the notice of CM Jaganmohan Reddy

 - Minister of State for Civil Supplies Kodali Nani



 Gudivada, Aug 26 (prajaamaravati)


: State Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Minister Kodali Srivenkateswara Rao (Nani) has said that CM Jaganmohan Reddy will take up the request of Gajuwaka journalists, Visakhapatnam.  On Thursday, Visakhapatnam Gajuwaka Journalists Association representatives Koyilada Parasuram, Kaki Ramu, Pitani Prasad, Gutta Moola Giribabu, P. Manoj, Balu, Sirisha, Ratnam, Sarada, Kumar, Vijay, John Varababu, Shankar, Jagannadam, Sunil, Vasant, Dasu, Ravi, Suresh  , Murthy, Jagan and others sent a petition to Minister Kodali Nani.  Speaking on the occasion, they said that they have been continuing the relay hunger strike for the last few days in Visakhapatnam Gajuwaka on the issues of a journalist working in various newspapers in the state.  He urged all qualified journalists working in daily, weekly, party and monthly magazines in the state to issue accreditation cards immediately.  They want to give exemption from GST to small magazines.  The journalist wants to be granted housing and the government pays the health insurance premium.  A journalist above the age of 60 is entitled to Rs.10, 000 wants to give a pension.  Local magazines should also be advertised and promoted.  They want to give news print to small magazines at a discount and bring in a special protection law for journalists. They demanded that the government respond to the demands of the journalist.  Later, Minister Kodali Nani said that he would explain to CM Jaganmohan Reddy about the relay initiations of a journalist in Gajuwaka for the last nine days.