The Telangana State Government Employees' Association's leaders and members today urged the government to resolve their long-pending grievances.
A delegation of the leaders called on Chief Secretary S P Singh at the Secretariat and had a brief discussion, in which they requested him to sort out their problems that had remained unresolved post-bifurcation.
They enumerated their woes, including problems in general transfers, payment of salary arrears after the pay hike and repatriation of Class IV employees working in Andhra Pradesh.
After a patient hearing, the Chief Secretary assured them that he would take up the issue with Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao.
It is likely that the government will resolve the issues in a week or so.
Speaking to mediapersons later, the employees' leaders said that they had appealed to the Chief Secretary to resolve their issues that had been pending for a long time. Singh had assured them that they would be resolved in a week, they said.
The leaders said that they would wait for a week to see whether the government would find any solution as promised, and if it did not, would chalk out a fresh action plan to mount pressure on the government.
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