Jagan asks KCR not to provoke employees

Hyderabad, May 24:
2014: Assuring full support to the employees in protecting their legal rights
following the division, YSR Congress party president Sri Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy
asked leaders not to indulge in rhetoric that would create a rift among
employees of Andhra Pradesh and Seemandhra.

In a statement issued
here, he asked Telangana CM-designate K.Chandrasekhara Rao to stop making
provoking statements against the employees.

“KCR defended his
statements during the T agitation but now he is assuming the role of CM. While stressing
that people of the two states should live in peace and harmony, he is also
indulging in provocation. He should immediately stop issuing provoking
statements,” Sri Jagan Mohan Reddy said in his statement.

He also suggested that
CM-designate of Andhra Pradesh Chandrababu Naidu should stand by the employees
and take steps to protect their rights. “The Centre as well as the Governor
should assure the employees that their constitutional rights should be well
protected,” he said.

Issuing statements to
mislead the constitutional process and creating rift among employees who should
work in harmony in the joint capital is very serious, said Jagan Mohan Reddy.

“We have been warning
of such issues from the very beginning but division was affected without paying
attention for them. It is not proper to let the provoking statements of leaders
go unattended as they would lead to feelings of hatred against regions,” Jagan
Mohan Reddy said.

He asked the officials
to affect the division in a manner resulting in peace and harmony among the
employees of two states. “Or else, we will not keep quiet,” he warned. 

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