Protest by Anganwadi workers in Patna
Protest by Anganwadi workers in Patna

Thousands of Anganwadi workers are protesting against the government in front of the Patna Assembly on Tuesday, November 7, by waving banners. To keep the workers’ mob under control, police are firing water cannons. These individuals have been demanding their demands through a one-and-a-half to two-month strike, and today they showed up to encircle the assembly.

Let us inform you that Anganwadi workers in Bihar have been staging protests against the administration for the past month in response to their five demands. Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav has been accused by Anganwadi workers of not keeping his promise.

Anganwadi workers claim that Tejashwi Yadav declared during the election that the honoraria of all Anganwadi workers and assistance in Bihar will double under his rule. It hasn’t been put into effect since the government was formed. She will never longer be duped by deceptive promises made by anyone. said that till our opinions are not accepted, we will keep protesting in this manner.

Anganwadi workers threatened to withhold their votes in the elections if the state’s naive five-point demands were not complied with. The laborers added that the only person who would take the chair in Bihar would be the one who complied with their requests.

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