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Pen-down stir by Sectt Seemandhra staff

Pen-down stir by Sectt Seemandhra staff
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APNGOs Association president Ashok Babu said that the strike of the employees was an overwhelming success in 13 districts though it was partial in Hyderabad. Addressing media persons on Tuesday, Ashok Babu said that all the non-gazetted officers in thirteen districts and Hyderabad led by APNGO Association participated in large numbers in the stir. He said that the 9000 NGOs working in 110 directorate offices in Hyderabad also joined the stir.

Strike an overwhelming success: Ashok Babu

Hyderabad: APNGOs Association president Ashok Babu said that the strike of the employees was an overwhelming success in 13 districts though it was partial in Hyderabad. Addressing media persons on Tuesday, Ashok Babu said that all the non-gazetted officers in thirteen districts and Hyderabad led by APNGO Association participated in large numbers in the stir. He said that the 9000 NGOs working in 110 directorate offices in Hyderabad also joined the stir.

He said many of the NGOs in 110 director offices including director of Prison, director of medical services, office of irrigation, APPSC, director of pension services, APGIC, director of employment and training, director of handlooms and textiles, commercial taxes, and director of animal husbandry were involved in the stir.

“The employees had participation in the strike voluntary". Some of the NGOs working in other departments would participate in the stir from tomorrow”, he said, adding that electricity employees would also join in the stir soon. About 2500 gazetted officers working in various offices in Hyderabad also took part in the strike in protest against the state division. Referring to the gestures of T-JAC employees at some offices, he requested the Telangana employees not to create troubles for those on protest.

Depts wear a deserted look

Hyderabad: The employees led by Secretariat Seemandhra Employees Forum organised a ‘pen down’ strike in protest against the division of the State. The employees, who boycotted their duties, took out a rally in Secretariat. They came to C Block when Chief Minister was in his office and demanded the public representatives to resign against Congress Working Committee’s decision.

There was no file movement and various departments wore a deserted look due to the stike. Forum convenor Murali Krishna said that the employees were in shambles after the Telangana decision. He said that the employees would continue their strike. He questioned why the demand for formation of Telangana was not discussed at all in the Assembly.

Addressing the employees, Andhra Intellectual Forum convenor Chalasani Srinivas said that Congress started its game plan in Andhra Pradesh by dividing Telugu people. He said that all the regions in Andhra Pradesh were under unified state for 400 years. He said that the employees should take firm stand and continue the strike.

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