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Updated: August 3, 2013 02:14 IST

Coastal districts’ employees have to go back: KCR

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K. Chandrasekhar Rao
K. Chandrasekhar Rao

Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) president K. Chandrasekhar Rao said employees from coastal districts working in Telangana will have no option but go back as their services will be required by the government there after the bifurcation of the State.

The staff from coastal districts and Telangana will work in their respective regions. The former will have no option but go back as the government had to function in Andhra also, Mr. Rao said, when leaders of the joint action committee of employees called on him on Friday to compliment him on the announcement of separate Telangana. He was referring to the grouse of Telangana employees that their counterparts from Andhra who worked here on deputation secured promotions, but they were themselves lagging behind.

Mr. Rao said the repatriation of staff after bifurcation will ensure promotions to locals and new jobs at entry level. He recalled that he had never given a call for “jago-bhago” in the past, but only asked those from Andhra who earned jobs unjustly in Telangana to return. He made no reference to employees who were justified in working here.

He promised an employee-friendly government in Telangana and pay scales on a par with Central staff. The employees who were booked during agitations will get relief and special increments paid to the staff on account of formation of State. Steps will be taken to regularise contract staff.

The TRS president asked the people of Telangana to be vigilant till the Bill on Telangana was passed by the Parliament. The real celebrations of the announcement on statehood should be only after passage of the Bill. He recalled in this context that the Bills on women’s reservation and quota in promotions for SCs and STs were not passed by the Parliament though they were introduced years ago.

Please read what he has said clearly and talk like educated people not like politicians/news reporters, who try to mud sling others at every chance they get ."Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) president K. Chandrasekhar Rao said employees from coastal districts working in Telangana will have no option but go back as their services will be required by the government there after the bifurcation of the State."He said people will have to go back as their services are required for the new state, dont you want their services ?How will you build your capital/functioning government without the experienced services of these people ?Also Who is KCR to dictate terms to these people, everybody clearly knows their constitutional rights. No one can send them back illegally.Then why are making fuss and making a mountain out of a mole ?Have some common sense/logical thinking before twisting their words and instigating others.

from:  Kamal
Posted on: Aug 4, 2013 at 10:29 IST

Hence, Greater Hyderabad(about 650sqkm) should be declared as IInd capital of India. Announce two new capitals for both separately.

from:  viswam
Posted on: Aug 4, 2013 at 03:45 IST

Lol... Absolutely puerile comments. I think Mr. KCR has to mature as a human being before he vies for the CM post. He is acting like Tughluq.

from:  Ravi
Posted on: Aug 3, 2013 at 19:19 IST

He feels like Hyderabad is his private property.

from:  Raveendra Babu
Posted on: Aug 3, 2013 at 15:52 IST

is it KCR ji demanding Separate Telangana country, He should act like history creator,not like Talakative

from:  Siva Syam
Posted on: Aug 3, 2013 at 13:42 IST

Its highly deplorable and condemnable of the statement made by KCR yesterday. KCR is dictating the basic fundamental rights of the citizens. It will aggravate the temperaments of the people and create unrest among the people of Andhra Pradesh. I request KCR to maintain restrain and behave like a statesman of Telangana

from:  Saraswathi
Posted on: Aug 3, 2013 at 06:45 IST

Expect nothing else from this guy. What does he suggest the children of those employees to do ? They were born here. Anybody who is born in Hyderabad is a citizen of Hyderabad. No one can decide for them if they want to live here or not. Especially not recent immigrants like KCR.

from:  Krishna
Posted on: Aug 3, 2013 at 06:16 IST

How can a senior leader like KCR make such irresponsible statements? People who are already employed by the Government in any region for that matter has a right to work where there are hired he has no right to say those people originating from Andhra region go back to where they came from.

from:  N Vijay Shastry
Posted on: Aug 3, 2013 at 05:27 IST

The new state has not yet come into being and there are major hurdles to surmount before it does. It is completely unclear as yet whether the Congress or TRS or some other party will rule the new state. It could be TRS, unless TRS itself merges with the Congress, a secret deal which is believed to have been concluded some time ago. Then who will be the dominant partner, TRS or Congress? Who will be the CM among half a dozen strong contenders from both parties, most of them from the Congress. And already KCR is asking Andhra employees to get out? Who gives him the right to demand this? Was not the safety and properties of Andhras in Telangana assured by these leaders and is not a government job a property? When the fate of Hyderabad is not decided and it is proposed as joint capital for 10 years, how can he expect all Andhra Government officials to quit? The former Madras state was similarly bifurcated in 1954. Did the people of Madras state demand that all Andhras should quit? KCR should temper his utterances and not be a divisive force. Digvijay Singh has alluded to an understanding that KCR made about merger with Congress, once the Telangana demand was conceded. Does Congress now support KCR's inflammatory demand?

from:  N.S.RAJAN
Posted on: Aug 3, 2013 at 04:41 IST

the congress govt has made a grave mistake by conceding to political leaders like TRS. these kind of politicians will only do politics not governance.

from:  ananda kumar
Posted on: Aug 3, 2013 at 03:45 IST

What I feared, is what is happening. K. Chandrashekar Rao is pitting man against man, friend against friend, . Thank you, Potti Sriramulu, for the agitation to "secure the self respect of Andhras". Thank you, Jawaharlal Nehru, for setting this bad precedent of dividing the country on linguistic lines. Finally Thank you, Manmohan Singh, Sonia Gandhi, and all those who wanted a separate Telangana.Yes, you achieved your "dream", but started the disintegration of the country, the demand for smaller and newer states. Thank you for dividing India,

from:  Raman
Posted on: Aug 3, 2013 at 03:27 IST

Now the cheap politics has started. Meddling with the lives of common people in order to garner the votes is the way of politics in India, unlike other advanced democracies, where making life easier is the key to success.

from:  Vinci
Posted on: Aug 3, 2013 at 03:00 IST

It is an unfortunate development in Telengana, even if Telugu speaking people are asked to move to Seemandra, how business community and general public can enter Telengana. Govt and BJP must ensure safe living of all INDIANS make their livelihood in Telengana, before giving the statehood.

from:  Sundar
Posted on: Aug 3, 2013 at 02:55 IST

TRS President has opened the Pandora's Box of disintegration. What the great Sardar Patel achieved soon after independence dispensing with all the Mahararajah ruled states and uniting them with India , these politicians are trying to undo in a jiffy ! Seeds of chaos and discord have been sown and statesmanship of a high order is required at the central govt top to nip this in the bud.

from:  Krishnaswamy
Posted on: Aug 2, 2013 at 21:24 IST
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