TPCC Chief Writes Letter to CM KCR

Hyderabad: The Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee TPCC chief A Revanth Reddy wrote a letter to Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao demanding him to solve several problems prevailing in the State.

He further asked KCR to fulfill his promise as some of the VRAs died, who have been protesting for the past 48 days.

Demanding the CM to fulfill the promises given to the VRAs, Revanth warned of launching direct agitation. His demands include promotions to the eligible, two-bedroom houses in their own villages, compensation to the families of the Voss, who have committed suicide or died during duty, and one job for the family members.

Revanth alleged that the situation of VRAs in the State is miserable. He criticized that the government is only making them do all their hard work but not protecting their rights. With meager salaries and without promotions for the past several years, the VRAs are suffering a lot, he lamented.

Revanth said that out of the 23,000 VRAs across the State, 90 percent of them belong to BCs and SCs. Work pressure on VRAs has increased after the VROs system was canceled in 2020, he added.

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