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Stating that some forces have been working to tarnish the image of the State government, Telangana Gazetted Officers Association chairman and Parliamentary Secretary (Revenue) V Srinivas Goud on Friday urged the employees to work with dedication to turn the State into golden Telangana.
Nalgonda: Stating that some forces have been working to tarnish the image of the State government, Telangana Gazetted Officers Association chairman and Parliamentary Secretary (Revenue) V Srinivas Goud on Friday urged the employees to work with dedication to turn the State into golden Telangana.
Speaking after releasing the dairy -2015 of Telangana Gazetted Officers Association, Srinivas Goud alleged that under the influence of leaders from Andhra Pradesh, the Centre was taking decisions harming the interests of the Telangana State. He pointed out that delay in taking decision on division of officers of All India Services had adversely affected the administration in the, which was newly carved out.
“After achieving Telangana State, we had very crucial role to play in taking the results of the welfare schemes of TRS government to the people. In this regard, the Telangana employees should work overtime voluntarily as promised earlier,” the Parliamentary Secretary said. He said Chief Minister K Chandrashekara Rao had promised health cards to all employees by the end of March and new PRC would be announced soon.
Parliamentary Secretary (Health) and Thungathurthy MLA Gadari Kishore said the interest of employees would be protected by the government. Nalgonda District Collector P Satyanarayana Reddy exhorted the employees to work with dedication. Nakrekal MLA Vemula Veeresham, Nalgonda Superintendent of Police Prabhakar Rao, Telangana Group-I Officers Association president Chandrashekar, District Joint Collectors and others were also present.