Mangaluru: Fake SC certificate to gain reservation benefits – State Mogera association plans protest

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, May 3: Sundara Mera, immediate past president of Karnataka state Mogera association said that they have decided to hold state-wide agitation against Fishermen Mogeras and other caste people, who belong to BCM 1 and who are snatching the parliamentary rights of scheduled caste people by getting fake certificates.

Speaking in a press conference in the city Mera said, “At 10.30 am on May 10, we will hold protest in front of every tahsildar office of the district and submit appeal to state government and governor. On May 23, we will hold protest rally in front of DC’s office and submit appeal to MLAs and MP.

“Fishermen Mogeras have become MLAs, zilla panchayat presidents etc on the fake caste certificate of scheduled caste. In addition, they have gobbled benefits of crore of rupees that were meant for the development of scheduled caste people,” he said.

Leader Ashok Konchady, chief convener M Devdas, Mangaluru taluk Mogera association president Seetharama Konchady, Giriyappa S, Ramesh Kotian, Raghu Ekkar, Jagadish Pandeshwar, Mohanangaiahswamy, Sundara Belwai, Padmanabha Naringana, Sarojini, Renuka and Raviraj Meramajalu were present.





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