Division of staff between Andhra, Telangana to be over soon

Published: 06th August 2016 05:57 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th August 2016 05:57 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The allocation of employees between AP and TS will be completed soon and the AP Secretariat employees will move out of Hyderabad to the capital Amaravati within two months.

Addressing a joint meeting of AP and TS Secretariat Employees' organised by the TS Secretariat on Friday, AP secretary (States Reorganisation) L Premchandra Reddy said out of the 153 departments of the Secretariat, the division of staff was completed in 150 departments. "Division of staff in the remaining three departments will be completed soon,'' Premchandra Reddy said.

TS secretary (Services) Venkateswar Rao said he had received more complaints from TS staff and no complaints from AP staff on bifurcation. AP special chief secretary Lingaraju Panigrahi said that the division of employees was a huge and difficult task. "But, we have completed this faster. This is because of the cooperation of employees' associations of AP and TS," he said. TS Secretariat Employees' Association president Narender said  "We will go to Amaravati and invite AP employees to participate in Bonalu every year.”

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