TS Govt swindling crores from unemployed youth: CPI

TS Govt swindling crores from unemployed youth: CPI
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The Communist Party leaders from Mahbubnagar have alleged that the State government is fleecing hundreds of crores from the unemployed youth in the name of application and processing fees and releasing large number of job notifications since past 4 years

Mahbubnagar: The Communist Party leaders from Mahbubnagar have alleged that the State government is fleecing hundreds of crores from the unemployed youth in the name of application and processing fees and releasing large number of job notifications since past 4 years.

While sharing his views about the government’s decision to increase application fees, processing fees and examination fees for the various posts released under various notifications during the past 4 years, Paramesh Goud, CPI district secretary Mahbubnagar said, “While on one hand the students and unemployed youth who are suffering financially due to no jobs, on the other the state government through its public service commission has increased the examination, processing and application fees to many folds. You just take the instance of police applications; they have imposed Rs. 600 per application.

Similarly is the case with VRO posts, where the government had earned more than Rs. 100 crores in the form of application fees from about 10 lakh job aspirants in the state.” Paramesh Goud also pointed out that the State government fixed Rs. 800 for the recently released panchayat secretary application fees.

“When the youth are roaming jobless and suffering economically, here is a government which has unmindfully increased the application fees. If this is the situation, how poor guys with no economical support can will apply for the job. This clearly tells that poor and economically weaker sections should not apply for the posts,” observed Paramesh Goud.

“This kind of a practise by the government is not good. And we demand the government to immediately retrieve its decision to increase the application fees and let all the applicants be exempted from paying the application and examination fees. Why can’t government bear this amount by itself, otherwise it will send wrong signals that the government is releasing notifications only to earn money in the form of application fees from the candidates,” he added.

Paramesh goud predicted that if the State government continuous to follow anti-youth and policies against the unemployed youth, definitely it will face the ire of the youth and in the next elections KCR government will have to see the dooms day.

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