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Revenue Employees Extend Total Support To New Act

The Telangana Revenue Employees Services Association (TRESA) has extended its complete support to the new Revenue Act.
Hyderabad | 12th September 2020
The Telangana Revenue Employees Services Association (TRESA) has extended its complete support to the new Revenue Act.

The Association's President Vanga Ravinder Reddy and General Secretary K Gowtham Kumar, and other representatives, thanked CM K Chandrashekar Rao for bringing in the new Act at a meeting with the latter at Pragathi Bhavan on Saturday.

Speaking on the occasion, the CM said that the revenue machinery should work to establish faith among the people and thereby get a good reputation for the government.

He also urged the revenue employees to have more compassion for the poor and those from the SC, ST and BC categories.

He said that the employees should behave in a dignified manner when people came to their offices with grievances or problems, and hear them out with patience and solve the problems.

In the past the people used to treat government employees who worked efficiently as demi-gods, and such a culture should return, the CM said.

KCR reiterated that the government always took people-centric decisions, and that the new revenue act was one such initiative and was not against any one.

Announcing sops for the revenue employees, the CM gave instructions for promotions in the revenue department at all levels, Rs 60 crore to create facilities at all the Tashildar offices, and car allowances for tahsildars on a regular basis.

He also said that options would be given to the VROs to get absorbed into other departments. And since there were many VROs from the poorer sections, the children of the older VROs would be given jobs, he said.

The CM also promised that the government would stand by the revenue staff in the event of any problems.

In return, the TRESA members assured that they would fully cooperate and ensure the implementation of the new revenue act. They said that with the new act services could be provided in a much better way, and said that they would give enhanced services to the people and live up to the expectation of the CM.

They also thanked the CM for giving the additional responsibility of registration to the Tahsildars, and requested the CM to meet the Tahsildars before handing over to them the registration responsibilities, to which the CM agreed.

They also urged the CM to fill the CCLA post, continue eligible VROs in the revenue department, increase the staff strength, fill the vacant posts, promote eligible persons, and regularize the computer operators. The CM instructed the Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar to solve the employees' problems as early as possible.
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