TRS workers unhappy with nominated posts list
By Express News Service | Published: 20th June 2017 02:44 AM |
WARANGAL: The TRS meet, called to discuss about improving coordination among party leaders and workers of erstwhile Warangal district, turned into a stage to pacify party workers who did not find their names in the recently announced nominated posts list. The recent appointment of 45 grassroots level workers for various nominated posts had left many dissatisfied.
Senior leaders including deputy Chief Minister Kadiyam Srihari, tourism minister Azmeera Chandulal, Karimnagar MP B Vinod Kumar and Mahabubabad MP Seetharam Naik tried to pacify party workers who did not get nominated posts by assuring to include them in the next list.
Taking the lead Kadiyam Srihari said, “Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is aware of everything. All those who worked for the party would be rewarded,” he assured.
Stating that expecting post in a democratic set up was not incorrect, the deputy CM said, “Warangal got the lion’s share in the allotment of nominated posts. Warangal got 12 corporation chairman and 5 directors posts. As Warangal played vital role in the TS movement, CM is rewarding more number of people from the district.” Vinod Kumar asked party workers to have patience as sooner or latter they would get their due.
However, Wardhanapeta MLA A Ramesh complained: “We have been waiting for last three years for the nominated post. I am hurt that my constituency workers are not being considered. I expect the party high command to give some posts to us next time.”
Collectors told to identify wastelands to be given as compensation for projs
Hyderabad: Directions were given to collectors to identify all government wastelands which will be given as a compensation for taking forest lands for various projects. At the second meeting of High Level Committee held on Monday, chief secretary SP Singh observed that many developmental projects requiring diversion of forest lands, were held up for want of suitable non-forest compensatory afforestation (CA) lands. Collectors were directed to identify government wastelands. The identification process would complete in a month and a booklet, with all details, would be prepared. Copy of the booklet would be given to principal chief conservator of forests to solve problem of CA lands.