Various institutes, organisations, schools, colleges and labourer organisations poured in large numbers in support of 'Enough is Enough' mass movement against bad roads at Kranti Chowk here on Monday morning.
The citizens started thronging the venue since 8 in the morning to give vent to their anger against Aurangabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) and Public Works Department (PWD) in a peaceful manner.
The participation of school, college students and senior citizens was conspicuous by their presence.
Shrikar Korwar, Daivesh Vaidya, Shubham Shrimant, Sushant Rathi, Sakshi Dhumal, Ankita Hiwrak and Kedar Kulkarni from Deogiri College and Saraswati Bhuvan School participated in the Satyagraha.
In a disciplined manner, the students of Riverdale Junior College and SFS High School also registered their presence and highlighted the issue holding placards in their hands.
R K Groups chairman Raghvendra Joshi and secretary Parmeshwar Solunke and office-bearers were also present. Giants Group of Waluj president Ashok Thorat, secretary Rajesh Mandhani, Ravindra Dhumal, Sanjay Kabra, Girish Gocha and Ashok Kale also made it a point to participate in the agitation.
Aurangabad District Pensioners Association president K G Shere Patil, vice president Gautamkumar Jain and associates were also present. Satish Surana, Akash Chinkle, Nandu Kumawat, Laxmi Tisre, Roopesh Pardeshi, Pramod Jalkikar and students of Vijendra Kabra Samaj Karya College also joined the agitation. Mukesh Jain and Rahul Hiwrale and office-bearers of Ronak Group also participated. Vanjari Youth Association' Dr Khushal Munde, Gurukrupa Mahila Mandal (Guruduttnagar), Somnath Une, Satish Terkiya, Harish Gorme and Kishor Kasture of Jai Rohidar Govind Pathak (Old Mondha) also participated in the Satyagraha.
Traders Association of Jadhavwadi' Harish Pawar, Sanjaykumar Pahade and employees, MGM Journalism and Mass Communication College' Prof Asha Deshpande, students Neha Pimple, Pratibha Pathade, Rutuja Deshpande, Priyanka Mane, Yogita Palodkar and Komal Birajdar also joined the Satyagraha.