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CS asks staff not to violate rules

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The state government has issued a memo to all the employees associations prohibiting the use of drums, public address systems and playing games during their protests in the secretariat. The associations were also asked not to entertain any outsiders for addressing the employees on protest.

  • Employees asked not to entertain outsiders
  • Blare of mikes disallowed
  • Playing drums and games prohibited

The employees led by Secretariat Seemandhra Employees Forum (SERF) have taken out a rally from ‘L’ block to ‘C’ block raising slogans against UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi

Hyderabad: The state government has issued a memo to all the employees associations prohibiting the use of drums, public address systems and playing games during their protests in the secretariat. The associations were also asked not to entertain any outsiders for addressing the employees on protest.

In the memo no. 26011-FDI-2013-1, chief secretary P K Mohanty asked the employees associations to maintain the decorum of the secretariat while staging protests and not violate the rules of the government. The memo said that the above gestures against the rules would be viewed as violation of the existing rules of the government and necessary action would be taken against them. The memo was served to all the associations of Seemandhra and Telangana on Monday.

On the other hand, the employees led by Secretariat Seemandhra Employees Forum (SERF) have taken out a rally from ‘L’ block to ‘C’ block raising slogans against UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi. They staged dharna in front of Samatha block for 30 minutes demanding the Centre to shelve the bifurcation moves. SSEF condemned the attack on seemandhra advocates by Telangana advocates. SSEF secretary K V Krishnaiah demanded the Bar Association to suspend the membership of lawyers who attacked Seemandhra advocates.

Responding to the memo, K V Krishnaiah said that they had not been resorting to any violation of the rules during their stirs. “We called intellectuals and professors to address our employees for four days, but at present no outside leaders are being allowed”, he said, adding that they had been organising stirs within the framework of rules and guidelines of the government.

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