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TNGOs sold themselves to CM, charges Dasoju

TNGOs sold themselves to CM, charges DasojuDasoju Sravan
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All India Congress Committee (AICC) spokesperson Dasoju Sravan on Friday alleged that the leaders of TNGO and TGOs seem to have sold out the interest of employees by meeting Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao

Hyderabad: All India Congress Committee (AICC) spokesperson Dasoju Sravan on Friday alleged that the leaders of TNGO and TGOs seem to have sold out the interest of employees by meeting Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao at a time when nearly 50,000 RTC workers were on streets protesting against their illegal dismissal and resolution of their demands.

Addressing a press conference at Huzurnagar, Sravan asked the TNGO and TGO leaders to explain the reasons behind displaying urgency in meeting the Chief Minister. He said that the State government did not implement the Pay Revision Commission nor provided any facilities to the employees.

The promise of extending the retirement age to 61 years also remained unfulfilled. In such a situation, their meeting with the Chief Minister only shows that either they were sold out or accepted slavery of him.

Sravan also accused the Chief Minister of attempting to divide the employees' unions. He also condemned the Warangal incident wherein Assistant Commissioner of Police Narsing Rao misbehaved with women conductors who were staging a protest.

Demanding his immediately dismissal, he asked DGP Mahender Reddy whether the behaviour of a few policemen with women conductors falls into category of 'people's friendly policing' which Telangana Police boasts of.

The AICC Spokesperson urged the Communist Party of India (CPI) to withdraw its support to TRS in the forthcoming Huzurnagar byelection. He also alleged that the TRS leaders were misusing police and other departments to influence the voters and harass the Congress party workers.

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