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Hyderabad: Techies launch ‘no road, no vote’ campaign

Techies came out with placards on the dangerous potholes of Ameenpur area, requesting the administration to make the road motorable.

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Ahead of state assembly election in Telangana, techies of Ameenpur area of Hyderabad initiated a ‘no road, no vote’ campaign on Tuesday. Techies came out with placards on the dangerous potholes of Ameenpur area, requesting the administration to make the road motorable. Ameenpur area comprises of various ventures and enterprises, where thousands of techies commute daily and also has a considerable amount of population.

However, the constant trouble of bad road has been upsetting the employees and residents, following which techies started a massive protest against Hyderabad authorities and stated that “If they (authorities) will not repair the roads, then we will not vote in the upcoming election”.

Ms Anusha Yadav, a software engineer, who is six months pregnant, said “After hearing about the incidents of miscarriages, I get extremely tensed when I go out. I hold my stomach tight and at night when I am returning from work it is another nightmare. I have been living here for the past 2.5 years and the road is getting worse each day.”

Residents of Ameenpur also took out a rally on Sunday and asked the administration to take cognizance of the terrible situation of roads in Ameenpur area.

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