Man does push-ups, proves devotion to Cauvery protest

Namakkal: Hardly a day passes via within the state sans protest against the central executive for its failure to constitute the Cauvery Management Board (CMB). While rail blockade, street roko, burning effigies, appearing black flags and laying siege to executive places of work are attempted and examined strategies of protest, a 35-year-old meat vendor on Saturday staged a singular demonstration via doing 156 reach a hilltop temple at Tiruchengode right here with a sole request to the Centre to form CMB at the earliest.

Okay Prakash, of Suriyampalayam near Tiruchengode, arrived at the foothills of Arthanareeswarar temple on Saturday morning and introduced his plans to climb all the 156 steps to the temple via doing as many push-u.s.a. a mark of protest against the Centre’s apathy against the farmers of Tamil Nadu.

Devotees on the premises welcomed this with cheer. Prakash began his journey atop the temple via doing push-u.s.around 9.30am and reached the hilltop shrine around 10.40am.

Talking to the media, Prakash came down heavily on the central executive for delaying formation of CMB for the assembly election in Karnataka. “The Centre should consider the plight of Tamil Nadu farmers, instead of looking at ways to win the election there,” he mentioned.

Pointing out that CMB used to be the appropriate of Tamil Nadu other people, Prakash mentioned, “We won't give up our rights.”

Man does push-ups, proves devotion to Cauvery protest Man does push-ups, proves devotion to Cauvery protest Reviewed by kailash soni on April 15, 2018 Rating: 5
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