Hunger Strike for Passport Office ends
Amit Shrivastava, student of B.Tech and head of a NGO “A Team of Social Service for Udaipur (ATSU)” ended his hunger strike today after getting assurance by MLA Raghuveer Singh Meena promising him to take positive action for establishing passport office in Udaipur.
Amit Shrivastava, student of B.Tech and head of a NGO “A Team of Social Service for Udaipur (ATSU)” ended his hunger strike today after getting assurance by MP Raghuveer Singh Meena promising him to take positive action for establishing passport office in Udaipur.
Raghuveer Singh Meena has given written assurance to Amit, saying that he will raise the issue of Passport Office in Udaipur, in upcoming Parliament session. Even if a passport office could not be set, a mini passport office will be launched in the city.
Amit Shrivastava along with his supporters started a hunger strike on 21st Jan at Sevashram Chouraha. He was visited by several political leaders during the strike. Today Raghuveer Singh Meena met Amit and broke his fast by offering him juice. Amit asked MLA to take positive action within a month or he will protest outside his residence.
Shrivastava told UT that he started the initiative of passport office from last one year and met several administrative officers, political leaders and social workers. Other social organizations also come forward to support the cause.
Condition of Amit, who was sitting on hunger strike from last three days was getting bad. He was reportedly suffering from body pain, vomiting and drowsiness. Getting the information, BJYM’s leaders including Jinendra Shastri, Gajpal Singh Rathod met Amit, congress leaders Neelima Sukhadia and Raghuveer Singh Meena also visited the young protestor and convinced him to break his fast.
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