Hyderabad, June 7 (Hydnow): Nalgonda MP N. Uttam Kumar Reddy today demanded that Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao to announce the deadline by which the State Government would complete the process to fill 91,142 vacancies. He also demanded that all verified applicants should be given promised Unemployment Allowance of Rs. 3,016 per month.
“CM KCR had announced on the floor of Telangana Legislative Assembly on March 9, 2022, that his government would fill 80,039 posts in various departments through direct recruitment and regularise the services of the remaining 11,103 contractual posts. Of this, as of Tuesday, notifications have been issued to fill only 33,787 vacancies in different departments. Although the Chief Minister had announced that the notifications to fill these vacancies will be issued immediately, it was not honoured. In the last 90 days, notifications have been issued to fill only one-third of identified vacancies,” Uttam Kumar Reddy said .
He was speaking to media persons on the sidelines of his Raithu Rachabanda Yatra in his Nalgonda Lok Sabha constituency being held to highlight the Warangal Declaration unveiled by Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on May 6. The Yatra entered its 15th day on Tuesday and so far, it covered over 100 villages and one municipality out of 306 villages and three municipalities.
Speaking on the occasion, Uttam Kumar Reddy accused the TRS Govt of deliberately slowing down the recruitment process due to the paucity of funds. The Pay Revision Commission, headed by C.R. Biswal, had identified about 1.92 lakh vacancies. “Instead of filling up all vacancies, CM KCR had promised to fill only 80,039 posts and regularise 11,103 others. But so far, notifications have been issued for only one-third of announced vacancies. (Hydnow)
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