Hyderabad, July 24 (Hydnow): State BJP president Bandi Sanjay Kumar today wrote an open letter to Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and urged him to pay salaries of government and contract employees and pensioners on the first of every month.
In his letter, Sanjay told the Chief Minister that the government employees and pensioners had played a crucial role in separate Telangana State agitation and added that non-payment of salaries and pensions to them was a classic example of inefficient rule of KCR. Stating that the Telangana State was formed with a ₹16,000 crore surplus budget in the year 2014, he alleged that the Chief Minister had turned it into a debt-ridden State.
The State BJP chief said the employees and pensioners were forced to wait for their salaries and pensions till 15th of every month. He made it clear that it is the responsibility of every government to pay the salaries of its employees and the pensions of its pensioners on the first of every month and added that the Constitution had provided the right to the employees and the Pensioners to get their salaries and the pensions on time under Article 21 and 300 (A) and alleged that the TRS government was taking away the right of the employees and the pensioners.
He made it clear that the non-payment of salaries of the employees and pensions of the pensioners on time was nothing but depriving their constitutional rights. He also alleged that the State government was keeping emergency bills of the employees like health bill reimbursement, surrender leave, GPF, part final withdrawals and added that the pendency of such bills was causing a lot of problems to the employees. (Hydnow)
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