Kodandaram Attacks Telangana Goverment Over PRC

Professor Kodandaram today slammed state government on the implementation of PRC for all its employees

Hyderabad, Dec.29 (Maxim News): Telangana Jana Samithi (TJS) founder president Professor Kodandaram today slammed the state government and alleged that it was hatching conspiracies on the implementation of PRC for all its employees. He made these remarks while addressing a protest program held by government Teachers unions like JACTO and UPSC at Indira Park demanding the state government to solve their problems.

Speaking on the occasion, he said that it was unfortunate that the state police had arrested the teachers who came to take part in the protest program. He said that the credit for arresting the teachers, who are supposed to be in their classrooms goes to the state government. He demanded the state government to solve all the legitimate demands of the teachers.

MLC Narsi Reddy said that they would stand by the teachers of the state. He demanded the state government to immediately hold a meeting with the teachers citing that there is a need to run all the government schools peppery, he demanded the state government to take up the recruitment of the requisite number of teachers immediately.

PRC to submit report on pay revision this month

After much delay, the Pay Revision Commission (PRC) is set to submit its report on pay revision of employees to the government this month. If the report is validated, the pay hike might be implemented in April 2021.

Sources said chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao might meet the government employees and explain the state’s financial position. “The state government’s financial situation is not good for implementing PRC in a big way. It could be around 30%, but even that will add another Rs 1,300 crore burden on the exchequer,” the sources said.

If the pay hike is implemented, it will be the first in the state after its formation. The issues of interim relief, enhancement of retirement age and PRC are pending with the government. “We are hopeful that we will get some benefit in tune with the financial condition of the state,” a state government employee said on condition of anonymity. (Maxim News)

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