TNGO leaders have warned the government against instigating the employees and create problems. They said that the government would be forced to pay a huge price if it underestimates the capabilities of the employees.

Speaking to reporters here on Wednesday, TNGO leaders Swami Goud and Devi Prasad alleged that the government has been trying to stifle the voice the employees by bringing in new G.O.s.

“The G.O. No. 177 issued by the government was nothing but to threaten the employees. This is an attack on the culture of Telangana,” they said, adding that the schedule for agitation for separate State would be announced shortly, which was given a break due to the examinations of the students.

Mr. Devi Prasad and Mr. Swami Goud urged the State government not to hold Sub-Inspector examinations till the issue concerning free zone was settled. They also sought action against officials responsible for the recruitment announcement.

‘Bus yatra'

The TNGO leaders announced commencement of a ‘Bus yatra' in Telangana districts from June 1.


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