Karimnagar: Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar urged to address government employees issues

Karimnagar: Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar urged to address government employees issues
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The State president of the BC, SC, ST and Minorities Employees Welfare Association, Mohammad Mujahid Hussain on Saturday urged the Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar to solve the problems of the government employees.

Karimnagar: The State president of the BC, SC, ST and Minorities Employees Welfare Association, Mohammad Mujahid Hussain on Saturday urged the Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar to solve the problems of the government employees. The association met the State government Chief Secretary and submitted a memorandum in Hyderabad. They also felicitated Somesh Kumar for taking charge as the new Chief Secretary of the State.

Speaking on the occasion, Md. Mujahid Hussain urged the CS Somesh Kumar to fill all types of posts that are lying vacant in various government departments through Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC). He also requested to fill the teacher posts by conducting special DSC examinations and sanctioning IRPRC along with increasing the retirement age from 50 to 61 years.

He demanded to suspend the new CPS system and to continue old pension system of 2004 and to sanction the DA which have been pending along with increasing the house rental charges by 20 percent for the government employees who have been transferred to new districts.

He also demanded to sanction 14.5 HRA immediately to all the employees who are working in new revenue divisions and make out-sourcing and contract employees working in all the departments as permanent employees.

The members of BC, SC, ST and Minorities Employees Welfare Association, Prabhakar, Srinivas, Anil Kumar, Ramesh, Srikanth, Mohammad Qudarath and Prathap were present.

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