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Demand to regularise VRA posts

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Telangana Direct Recruitment Village Revenue Assistants (VRAs) Association president Eswar demanded that Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao keep his...

Nampally: Telangana Direct Recruitment Village Revenue Assistants (VRAs) Association president Eswar demanded that Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao keep his word on regularisation of posts within six months. The association staged a dharna outside Chief Commissioner of Land Administration Office on Friday.

There were 3,000 candidates directly recruited as VRAs through APPSC in between 2012-14 and the officers showing negligence in regularising our services, he said. The VRAs Association president warned the State government if it failed to solve the problem, they will lay siege to the Pragathi Bhavan and launch indefinite hunger strike. Association general secretary Venkatesh Yadav, treasurer Komandla Raju, Balamani and VRAs from all districts took part.

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