Jobs for the kin of Telangana martyrs
The State government has on Wednesday announced a job each to the families of six martyrs who laid their lives for the separate Telangana Movement,...
Khammam: The State government has on Wednesday announced a job each to the families of six martyrs who laid their lives for the separate Telangana Movement, this apart from Rs 10 lakh financial assistance each.
The appointment letters will be given in an official ceremony on Thursday on the occasion of second anniversary of the State Formation Day.
The details: Chittajallu Satyapriya (Annabathula Ravindranath’s daughter-in-law), Vipul Kumar Jain (Kala Prakash Kumar Jain’s brother’s son), Jarpula Santhosh (Jarpula Suresh’s brother), Mena Naveen (Mena Venu’s brother), Sk Khaja Moinuddin (Sk Mohammad Pasha’s son) and Pati Nagamani (Vempati Ramakrishna’s sister).
All these persons were informed to attend the Formation Day celebration at the Police Parade Grounds in Khammam by 7.30 am, according to a statement issued by the district revenue officer B Srinivas.