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Ponnam threat to KCR over recruitment notification
The issue of government job recruitment was once again brought back by Former Lok Sabha member and Congress leader Ponnam Prabhakar on Wednesday.
The issue of government job recruitment was once again brought back by Former Lok Sabha member and Congress leader Ponnam Prabhakar on Wednesday. He demanded that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao should come forward with notifications for recruitment of vacant posts in the state government, release students’ fee dues and provide guidelines for fee reimbursement.
Ponnam while addressing the media said “If KCR fails to fulfill these demands; we will organize all the student unions into a joint action force and start agitation soon.”
“KCR is creating confusion over the issues of conducting EAMCET, FAST, recruitment etc,” he said. He condemned the decision of Telangana State Public Service Commission on the move to revamp the existing syllabus and that TSPSC should conduct recruitment examinations with the present syllabus only, otherwise government should provide Rs.10,000 as unemployment assistance to the students and also extend the age limit for competitive exams.
He also criticized TJAC chief Prof Kodandaram and Prof Haragopal for holding positions in the newly formed syllabus committee. This committee was meant for delaying the process of recruitment only, he added.