Hyderabad

KCR to address govt. staff issues after Oct. 21

Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao complimented government employees for making the 30-day special action plan in all villages a success.

Telangana Employees Joint Action Committee president Karam Ravinder Reddy, secretary-general Mamatha, Telangana Non-Gazetted Officers Association general-secretary M. Rajender, Telangana Gazetted Officers Association general-secretary A. Satyanarayana and others led by Excise Minister Srinivas Goud met the Chief Minister at Pragathi Bhavan here on Thursday.

The employees association leaders congratulated the Chief Minister on successful implementation of the 30-day special action plan.

The government employees’ leaders later said that the Chief Minister had given them an assurance to call them for a meeting after October 21 when the election code of conduct would end and address their issues.

Meanwhile, the announcement on pending Dearness Allowance to government employees by the Chief Minister without resolving the RTC employees’ strike became a matter of discussion among the employees as well as RTC workers.

Some RTC employees said that it is an attempt by the Chief Minister to see that the RTC workers do not get support from government employees.

Pensioners back strike

Meanwhile, the Telangana Government Pensioners Joint Action Committee extended their solidarity to the RTC workers’ strike. The core committee of the JAC that met under the chairmanship of Lakshmaiah here on Thursday passed unanimous resolutions extending their solidarity to the RTC workers’ strike. It also resolved appealing to the Chief Minister to take initiative for measures to resolve it.

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