T staff to reach out to Seemandhra colleagues
Constitutional rules will be followed, Harish assures Seemandhra employees Late Prof K...
- Constitutional rules will be followed, Harish assures Seemandhra employees
- Late Prof K Jayashankar’s birth anniversary today
Hyderabad: Electricity employees hailing from Telangana region have decided to present rose flowers to their Seemandhra colleagues on Tuesday, which also happens to be the birth anniversary of Telangana ideologue, late Prof K Jayashankar. This move is aimed at instilling confidence in Seemandhra employees, and remove their concerns over safety in the new State of Telangana.
Rose flowers would be presented to Seemandhra employees working in Vidyut Soudha, APCPDCL and other government offices, informed K Raghu, Telangana Electricity Employees JAC convener at a programme held at Vidyut Soudha on Monday. He informed that they would meet higher officials for not cracking a whip against government employees participating in Seemandhra agitations while TEE JAC members were severely reprimanded when they participated in Telangana stir. Prof.Kodandaram, V Srinivas Goud, C Vittal, Addanki Dayaker (T JAC), T Harish Rao (TRS), Nagam Janardhan Reddy (BJP) and others took part.
Speaking on the occasion, T Harish Rao assured Seemandhra staff that shifting of employees would be done as per constitutional methods similar to the process adopted in three States formed earlier. He urged them not to fall into the trap of Seemandhra politicians, who are opposing bifurcation for protecting their self-interests. Harish was highly critical of YSR Congress leader Sharmila for her remarks concerning status of Hyderabad. Meanwhile, T JAC chairman Prof.Kodandaram took objection to slogans by Seemandhra community that Hyderabad belonged to them. Article 371(d) should be continued even after the formation of the new State, he added.
Kodandaram urged Seemandhra community to respect the sentiments of Telangana public. On the other hand Nagam Janardhan Reddy warned of severe backlash if the Union Government drifted from its promise of Telangana State comprising ten districts and made Hyderabad a a Union Territory.