YSRCP flays TDP anti-people policies

Demanding the TDP Government to spell out as to when the regularisation of contract workers and filling up of teachers’ vacancies would take place, YSR Congress has said that the State was sending strong feelers to wind up the welfare schemes including the Rs 1-kg-rice schemes.

"TDP MP JC Diwakar Reddy’s remarks that a cup of tea costs Rs 5 while a kg of rice is coming for just Rs 1 only shows that the state is preparing ground to do away with the welfare scheme as Chandarbabu Naidu has done in the past," party official spokesperson K Parthasarathi told reporters on Monday.

Chandrababu Naidu has a history of discontinuing welfare schemes and the cabinet meetings have become avenues to promote self interests and not to discuss public issues as the decisions taken would reflect the attitude of the Government.

We demand that the State should make it clear as to when it would regularize the contact workers and also the youth who were successful in DSC exams and were eligible for teachers’ posts. With over 28 lakh unemployed youth registered and waiting for jobs, we demand when the notification would be issued, he said.

The APPSC Chairman has been speaking in a tone that does not suit the position he holds. His remarks about Government jobs and speaking of more openings in private sector shows the real agenda of the State. Be it Anganwadi workers, field assistants, or contract workers in various departments, TDP government has been ignoring them thousands are being retrenched, he said.

There is also a move to convert TDP workers into Anganwadi workers, who are fighting for their just demands. We demand the State to categorically reveal as to when the notification for the jobs would be released, he said.
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