Jagan's fast continues for 4th day

Hyderabad, Aug 28,
2013: With YSR Congress Party president YS Jagan Mohan Reddy’s indefinite fast entering
the fourth day on Wednesday, Chanchalguda jail authorities have beefed up
security in and around the jail.

Doctors who conducted medical tests on Sri Jagan Mohan Reddy said the fasting leader's health is steady.

In support of his indefinite
fast, people and YSRCP cadres across the state have taken up relay hunger
strikes sending a clear message that they are solidly behind the party which
has been seeking equal justice to all regions while solving the Telangana

Sri Jagan Mohan Reddy
began his fast in the jail Sunday morning demanding the Centre to keep the
state united if justice cannot be done to all regions by solving the connected
issues such as water and power sharing, sharing of Hyderabad revenue,
relocation of Government employees and the status of Hyderabad city.

Meanwhile, the flow of
people and supporters coming to Chanchalguda jail to express their solidarity
to the fasting YSRC chief has been steadily increasing day by day.

YSRCP activists arrested

Police have arrested
150 YSRCP activists and youth wing leaders who were peacefully staging a dharna
outside the Chanchalguda jail to show their solidarity with the fasting leader.

YSRCP later met the
city police commissioner Anurag Sharma and complained about the police action.


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