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Upadhyaya Pandita Parishad seeks recognition

Upadhyaya Pandita Parishad seeks recognition
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The Telangana State Upadhyaya Pandita Parishad appealed to Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao to fulfill the promise made to the parishad at the time of the recently held World Telugu Conference Besides fulfilling the promise, the parishad demanded recognition to it as it turned 90 years

Musheerabad: The Telangana State Upadhyaya Pandita Parishad appealed to Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao to fulfill the promise made to the parishad at the time of the recently held World Telugu Conference. Besides fulfilling the promise, the parishad demanded recognition to it as it turned 90 years.

The GO Nos 17 and 18 were confined to paper, it said and sought their implementation. It urged the CM for upgradation of over 3,000 grade-2 Telugu pandit posts to that of senior assistant. Many teachers died because of the sense of insecurity as the government replaced the old pension system with the contributory pension scheme, it said. It called for development of Telugu, Urdu and Hindi from primary school level. Parishad general secretary G Viswarupam, Treasuer Vijayabhaskar and several language pandits took part in the programme.

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