T employees JAC demands to revive Mulki rules & a cabinet sub-committee to monitor GO 610 మార్చి 3, 2011Posted by M Bharath Bhushan in agitation, Andhra, G.O 610, Identity, JAC, Mulki, politics, regionalism, Telangana.
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Govt, T employees stalemate ends
Times of India , Mar 1, 2011
HYDERABAD: The stalemate between Telangana employees’ association and the state government finally came to an end on Monday evening after two rounds of talks between the cabinet sub-committee and the employees’ JAC.
According to Telangana non-gazetted employees’ president K Swamy Goud, the government had agreed to their demands like constituting three committees, a cabinet sub-committee, a committee headed by chief secretary and a judicial committee, to monitor the implementation of GO 610. This would include even employees under sourcing scheme. The government also agreed to take a delegation of employees to New Delhi so that they could explain to the Centre about the injustice being meted out them for several years.
The employees’ JAC, Goud said, wanted the government to revive the mulki rules which says that only those staying in the region for 14 years at a stretch should be eligible for jobs, but the government had not given any assurance on this demand.
Asked if they would call off the non-cooperation movement, Goud said, as of now the employees JAC would continue with it and extend full support to the rail roko programme on Tuesday. The JAC would meet on Thursday evening to discuss if they should call off the stir.