Manipal : A protest was organized by the Karnataka State Government Employees’ Association, Udupi Unit near the DC office, on Tuesday. The protest was organized against the attack by the illegal sand miners on Deputy Commissioner Priyanka Mary Francis, Assistant Commissioner Shilpa Nag and other officials during the raid at Kandlur in Kundapur Taluk.
About 2000 government workers boycotted the work and staged a protest at DC office, Manipal. Addressing the protest, Subramanya Shervegar the district President condemned the act by the sand mafia and demanded that the government workers be given maximum security during such kind of raids.
Dinakar Babu, President of ZP, Janardhan Thonse Opposition leader in ZP, Sheela Shetty Vice President of ZP and other leaders were spoke during the occasion and condemned the incident that attack on DC, AC and other officials.
More than 2000 government employees including Tahsildars of Udupi, Karkala and Kundnapur taluk, CMC Commissioner, Town Panchayat workers, municipal workers, School and colleges teachers and office staff, various department workers boycotted the work and staged a protest near the DC office, Manipal. Later Priyanka Mary Francis DC, Shilpa Nag AC, Anuradha KAS also participated in the protest meeting by the government employees.
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