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Shifting of RD (M&H) office to Hyd opposed

Shifting of RD (M&H) office to Hyd opposed
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The meeting was attended by Congress party city working president Rajanala Srihari, CPI district secretary T Srinivasa Rao, CPM leader G Prabhakar Reddy, TDP state vice president B Eashwar, CITU leader B Chakrapani and others.

Warangal: A round table meeting by different medical and health trade unions and associations here on Thursday has opposed shifting of office of regional director (Medical and Health) from Warangal to Hyderabad. A unanimous resolution was passed opposing the State government’s reported decision and seeking the government to immediately withdraw the GO No: 17 issued in that connection.
The meeting was attended by Congress party city working president Rajanala Srihari, CPI district secretary T Srinivasa Rao, CPM leader G Prabhakar Reddy, TDP state vice president B Eashwar, CITU leader B Chakrapani and others.
Addressing the gathering, Congress leader Srihari said the regional director office was established in Warangal in 1976 through Presidential Order as part of Six Point Formula for the benefit of employees in zone V and for common pubic.
The office has been serving nearly 4,000 employees in Warangal, Khammam, Karimnagar and Adilabad working in 30 different cadres. The office plays a key role in monitoring the implementing various health programmes. Now, with the government’s decision all such programmes’ implementation would be affected. Besides the employees have to rush to Hyderabad to sort out issues related to their related service rules, promotions and transfers which the office has been dealing for the past several years, Srihari said.
The Left party leaders Srinivasa Rao and Prabhakar Reddy said the government should address such issues instead of shifting the office to state capital, they added.
The leaders later submitted memorandum to Regional Director (M&H) Dr K Nageshwara Rao.

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