PRC Recommendations: CS meets five employees Unions

Hyderabad, Jan 28 (Maxim News): PRC Recommendations:The three Member Committee headed by Somesh Kumar, Chief Secretary, Government of Telangana met the representatives of five employees Unions i.e PRTUTS Union, Telangana Class IV Employees Association, Telangana State United Teachers Federation, Telangana Revenue Employees Service Association, Twin Cities  Telangana Government Drivers Central Association here on Thursday at BRKR Bhavan.

PRC Recommendations:

As per the directions of the Chief Minister K.Chandrashekhar Rao, the Committee heard the views expressed by five Associations one by one on PRC recommendations and other employee issues.

PRC Recommendations: CS meets five employees Unions
PRC Recommendations: CS meets five employees Unions

The Chief Secretary assured that the issues pertaining to the PRC recommendations raised by Unions will be brought to the notice of Chief Minister K.Chandrashekhar Rao to take necessary action.

K.Ragotham Reddy, MLC,  P. Sripal Reddy, PRTUTS President, B.Kamalakar Rao,  General Secretary, Innareddy, P.Srinivas Reddy of PRTUTS,   K.Jangaiah, TS Union Teachers Federation President, Chava Ravi, General Secretary, T. Laxma Reddy, Treasurer, M.Rajasekhar Reddy, Secretary, A.Venkat,Secretary, Ch Durga Bhavani, Vice President of TS UTF.

Vanga Ravinder Reddy, Revenue Association President, K.Goutham Kumar, General Secretary, Manne Prabhakar, Associate President, Niranjan Rao, Vice President, Banala Ramreddy, Secretary, Yellareddy, Nagamani,  Madhavi Reddy of TRESA,  G. Gyaneshwar, Qhadar bin Hassan, P.Laxman Rao, K.Dhan Raj, A Sati Raj, S.Krishna Veni  of Class IV Employees Association.

A Srinivas, President, Drivers Assn. K.Narsing Rao, Vice President, Mohd. Yousufuddin, General Secy, Chandra Shekar, Unit President and Md. Jaleeluddin, Associate President of Drivers Association were present in the discussion. (Maxim News)

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