TS Unions Seek Division of Employees in 15 Days

Published: 19th May 2015 05:59 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th May 2015 05:59 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Telangana employees’ union leaders demanded that CR Kamalanathan Committee should complete allocation of state cadre employees between Andhra Pradesh and Telangana within 15 days.

“If there is a further delay, we will take the issue with the Centre,” MLA and TGOs leader Srinivas Goud said.

Goud along with Telangana employees called on CR Kamalanathan at the Secretariat on Monday. Speaking to reporters later, Goud alleged that so far only 33 departments furnished information to Kamalanathan committee.

He alleged that Kamalanathan Committee’s delay in bifurcating the employees was creating problems. “If the delay continued further, we will take up the issue with with the Central government,” Goud said. He demanded that the committee should collect information from the remaining 60 departments and complete the allocation of employees between two states.

Goud recalled that chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao assured that the government would fill vacant posts once Kamalanathan committee completed the allocation of state-cadre employees. He suggested that chief ministers of both the states should take the initiative in expediting allocation of employees.

Meanwhile, PRTU leaders called on chief secretary Rajiv Sharma for framing of service rules for teachers.

They urged the chief secretary not to close government schools in the name of rationalisation of teachers.

The PRTU leaders told the chief secretary that they would not accept five-year bonds for PRC arrears. PRTU planned a dharna at Indira Park on June 9 and threatened to go on strike, if their demands were not conceded.


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