Rising protests near CM's official residence Pragathi Bhavan have become a cause for worry for the ruling TRS and the CM's security staff. Finding that the protesters these days are emerging from nowhere and are darting towards the Pragathi Bhavan by crossing the road divider, the officials are now erecting a six feet tall and 350 metre long fencing wall on the divider. This will prevent the protesters from crossing the road to make a dash for the CM's office.
Of late protests by students, farmers, youth and women are on the rise. Sometimes, even those involved in property disputes are also trying to immolate selves in front of the CM's residence. Also, many protesters are of the opinion that the protests at Indira Park have become merely symbolic and that the government is not unduly bothered by them. Hence, they want to utilise the shock value of protesting in front of the Pragathi Bhavan.
Recently, Congress Working President Revanth Reddy hid on the other side of the road and made a dash at the appointed time towards the pragathi Bhavan. All he had to do was to merely cross the two-feets high road-divider. Taking cue from him, several protesters are using the same strategy. To prevent such incidents, the security officials have decided to erect six feet tall fencing wall. The wall will extend from Begumpet Flyover to Punjagutta Flyover, thus completely blocking movement across the road.