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KCR Turning Devil For Employees, Teachers: Congress

Revanth Reddy warned that the nearly four lakh government employees and teachers would revolt against KCR's government if it did not withdraw the GO.
Hyderabad | 19th January 2022
Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) President and MP A Revanth Reddy today accused Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao of adopting a "devilish" approach against the government employees and teachers of the state through GO 317 to pursue his divisive politics.

He warned that the nearly four lakh government employees and teachers would revolt against KCR's government if it did not withdraw the controversial GO immediately.?

He was addressing a meeting at Gandhi Bhavan on the occasion of the re-joining of Teachers' Union leader G Harshvardhan Reddy and his followers into the Congress.

Speaking on the occasion, the TPCC President said that that GO 317 had been causing immense pain and mental torture to the government employees and teachers, and had pushed their future into darkness.

He said that the teachers, who were supposed to go to schools to teach children, were forced to besiege Pragathi Bhavan, and were being arrested and humiliated on the streets by the KCR government.

Likewise, the government employees, instead of focusing on their duties, were being forced to live in a state of uncertainty and confusion, he claimed.

Reddy also accused KCR of indulging in divisive politics by creating a rift between the seniors and juniors, and of wrongly treating locals as non-locals.

The TPCC chief also ridiculed Telangana BJP President Bandi Sanjay's protest against the GO.

He claimed that the BJP government at the Centre was a partner-in-crime of the TRS government in bringing the controversial GO into existence.

He said that the order was cleared by the Union Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and then also by the President of India.

Therefore, both the TRS and the BJP were responsible for the GO, he claimed.

He added that if the BJP was seriously against the GO, it could simply get it squashed by making a representation to the President of India.

Reddy then announced that the Congress would soon launch a massive agitation demanding job notifications.

He also condemned the police for causing obstructions to all the programs being taken by the Congress.

Alleging that a few police officials were behaving like TRS leaders, he said that the Congress would however still reach the people crossing all obstacles, and raise its voice against the KCR government in Telangana and the BJP government at the Centre.?

He congratulated Harshvardhan Reddy on returning to the Congress. He assured Reddy that he would get proper recognition in the Congress. He also praised AICC Secretary G Chinna Reddy for showing a big heart by bringing Harshvardhan Reddy back into the Congress.
filed in:  GO 317, KCR, Teachers, Government Employees, Telangana Employees, Employees, Revanth Reddy, Telangana Congress, Protests
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