FEDERATION OF KARNATAKA QUARY & STONE CRUSHERS OWNERS ASSOCIATION PROTEST INTENSIFIES
Karnataka Quary & Stone Crushers Owners intensified their protest, protesting from last 7 days. The Civil Works in the State has badly affected due to non supply of raw materials. Also lakhs of workers not getting daily wages.
Lorry Association president M. Shanmukhappa, Federation of Karnataka Quarry & Stone Crushers Owners Association President Sanjeev Hattihole were present on the occasion.
They have given 48 hours of deadline to government. In the meanwhile if their demands were not fulfilled they have told that they will throw the Stones and M Sand to all DC Offices.
Bangalore: “If we do not meet our demand in two days, we will protest against all the Deputy Commissioner’s offices in the state,” said Sanjeeva Hattihole, Chairman of the Stone Quarry and Crusher Owners’ Association.
Protest outside the office ‘
If our demand is not fulfilled in two days, we will protest against all the Deputy Commissioner’s offices in the state, “said Sanjeeva Hattihole, Chairman of the Stone Quarry and Crusher Owners’ Association.
The members of the union, who had gathered at the Anandrao circle in the city on Wednesday morning, expressed grudge against the government by pelting stones at the road.
Speaking on this occasion, Hattihole said, “We are protesting the crushers from one week to demand a legal upheaval for lease renewal. The government does not seem to take our fight seriously. We have decided to intensify the fight, “he said.
Larry Owners’ Association President GR Shanmugappa said, “Over 2 lakh tipper workers have stopped working in the state due to strike. The lives of millions of workers are insurmountable. The government should immediately intervene and fulfill the demand. Otherwise, the lorries must be stopped and protested between the highways. ”
Difficult for contractors
“All the civil works in the state have ceased without the supply of gravel and sand due to the strike. If the problem is not solved as soon as possible, the situation will be worse. “We have written to the commissioner of the Department of Mines and Geology to take immediate steps to resolve contractual problems,” said M. Ravindra, general secretary of the State Contractor’s Association.
Selling illegally procured sand mining permits from the department of mines and geology.
According to the police, the accused officers had created sand mining documentations using false records. They sold these illegal documents in all districts.