HYDERABAD: Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) chief K Chandrasekhara Rao on Thursday said all the contract employees in the state would be regularised once separate Telangana state is carved out. Chandrasekhara Rao, after releasing the diary and calender brought out by Telangana Asanghatita Karmika Sangham at Telangana Bhavan here, said: “In Telangana state, there is no scope for exploitation.
There will be no bonded labour. All contract employees would be made permanent.” The TRS chief called upon youth not to be misled by the campaign that the Telangana movement has died out. “No one can stop Telangana movement. It will be there until a separate state is formed. We will fight for Telangana,” he said. He lashed out at the Centre for not responding to the democratic wish of the people. “If anyone had to be blamed for the delay in formation of Telangana state, it is the Centre,” he said.
The TRS chief made it clear that very soon an action plan would be ready for intensifying Telangana movement. The TJAC would chalk out a plan of action in such a way that the agitations would not clash with students’ examinations in March, he said.