Telangana

Dy CM Promises to Fill All 25,000 Vacant Jobs Within Three Months

Deputy Chief Minister Bhatti Vikramarka has reiterated that the State government has sofar filled 25,000 jobs within three months and rest of the vacant jobs will be filled in a phased manner.

Madira: Deputy Chief Minister Bhatti Vikramarka has reiterated that the State government has sofar filled 25,000 jobs within three months and rest of the vacant jobs will be filled in a phased manner.

Related Stories
Vote count for Telangana Assembly polls begins
Sonia Gandhi Extended Invitation to Contest Lok Sabha Seat from Telangana
Tension prevails at Saidabad Polling Station; Malakpet Congress Candidate Attacked
Hyderabad: Congress Candidate Mujeebullah Shareef Assaulted During Charminar Poll Inspection
EC seized Rs 1,760 crore in five poll-bound states in 2023, seven times up from 2018

Speaking at a programme held in Bhinuvaram village of Madhira Assembly constituency in Khammam district on Sunday, the deputy Chief minister said that really, the Congress government felt it was a great honour for providing salaries to employees on the first day after overcoming the financial difficulties.

“On March 1, a total of 3,65,262 regular employees and 2.85 lakh pensioners received their salaries. since August 1, 2019, until the formation of the Congress government in Telangana, there was no history of government employees receiving salaries on the first day. In Indiramma’s Rajyam, the Congress government maintains a friendly relation with employees and will not go on confrontation mode with anyone,” Batti disclosed.

He also suggested that the employees should work transparently and responsibly without laxity in the implementation of the schemes and six guarantees being introduced by the State government.

Stating that the notification for Group-1, DSC and other jobs has already been issued as per the word given by the Congress party during the election campaign, Batti Vikramarka said,” Dr. B R Ambedkar Knowledge Centers will be established in each Assembly constituency to facilitate the poor and middle-class unemployed youth who cannot afford the coaching facility by spending lakhs of rupees to prepare for the competitive exams,”.            

He further stated that the State government already allocated funds for the construction of Dr BR Ambedkar Knowledge Centers and the foundation stone will be laid in a few days.

Back to top button