TPCC chief A Revanth Reddy today slammed the Telangana government for the delay in the filling of vacant government job posts in the state.
While referring to the C R Biswal report on the issue, he said that the state had 1.91 lakh vacant job posts in its various government departments, and asked Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao why the latter would fill only 50,000 posts when there were close to 2 empty posts in Telangana.
In an open letter to KCR on the matter, the TPCC chief demanded that he make public the "real details" of the vacancies in the corporations of the state.
Commenting on the recent dismissal of staff nurses
in the state, Reddy accused the government of being responsible for "throwing" the nurses onto the road without even giving them any prior notice. He said that it was unfair that auxiliary nursing midwives who had been recruited in 2018 had not yet been given permanent job posts.
The leader then demanded that the CM rehire the laid-off nurses as staff nurses immediately. He also warned KCR that the Congress would fight beside the nurses if the government did not take them back.
This letter reportedly comes after the dismissed nurses recently submitted a representation to the TPCC head urging him to help them solve their problems.