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TJAC giving finishing touches to manifesto

TJAC giving finishing touches to manifesto
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TJAC Giving Finishing Touches to Manifesto. The Telangana JAC is giving finishing touches to its manifesto document which is likely to be released to the public on Monday. The ‘rough draft’ has already been sent to steering committee members and district JACs to recommend additions and deletions, if any.

Hyderabad: The Telangana JAC is giving finishing touches to its manifesto document which is likely to be released to the public on Monday. The ‘rough draft’ has already been sent to steering committee members and district JACs to recommend additions and deletions, if any.

The chairman Prof. Kodandaram and the think-tank of JAC is most likely to meet on Monday to finalise contents of this key document which will be circulated to all political parties to incorporate them in their respective manifestos for upcoming elections. While TJAC delegation comprising Kodandaram, C Vittal and K Raghu personally handed over the manifesto document to Congress manifesto committee few days earlier, soft copies of the same were even sent to TRS and BJP.

TJAC giving finishing touches to manifesto

JAC gave due importance to hundreds of martyrs, who sacrificed their lives for the cause. It suggested construction of memorial in remembrance of heroes in Hyderabad and ten district headquarters. Besides house allotment, kin of families of martyrs should be given a government job and their children free education and medical facilities. Some of other recommendations by the TJAC include distribution of government staff and pensioners on nativity basis. The same method should be followed in staff allocation in Judiciary and Corporations. The Centre should supply the deficit of power Telangana region is bound to face after division. The JAC has also demanded withdrawal of the decision to allot 135 villages in Khammam to residuary state to facilitate construction of Polavaram project. It also recommended constitution of Lokpal type machinery to rule out any scope for corruption at government levels. 80 per cent of posts in small, medium and large scale industries in Telangana should be given to locals, it said.

The government of Telangana should take school education under its control while abolishing Corporate Education that led to severe disparities in the system. It also sought regulation of Corporate Health culture besides upgradation of all government hospitals to offer better facilities for all in the region.

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