HYDERABAD: A delegation of Telangana Employees Confederation, led by its chairman E Venkatesam, called on chief secretary Rajiv Sharma at the Secretariat here on Wednesday and urged him to complete the final allocation process of employees between Telangana and Andhra Pradesh by the end of December.
They also wanted the chief secretary to extend the Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS), a full-fledged cash-less treatment facility, to Telangana state government employees.
The TEC urged the CS to lift the ban on transfers in respect of all cadres of Telangana employees to enable controlling officers to post employees under their control to the needy places for speedy implementation of priority programmes.
It also requested the government to lift the ban on promotions of all cadres as many promotion posts have been lying vacant for a long period. They also want issuance of notifications for filling up vacant posts.
The delegation also demanded that the retirement age be raised to 60 years and the Telangana increment merged in the basic pay.
TEC co-chairmen MA Rasheed and D Sarvaiah, and secretary-general D Srinivasulu were also in the delegation.