Errabelli warns protesting JPS of dismissal
Deccan Chronicle.| DC Correspondent
The minister requested the JPS to withdraw their protest and immediately join duties since the state government was ready to pursue their issues and would take the decision very soon. (DC Image)
WARANGAL: The junior panchayat secretaries (JPS) must stop protesting against the state government and should join duties immediately, as suggested by panchayat raj minister Errabelli Dayakar Rao who was speaking to the media persons here in Hanamkonda on Tuesday.
Taking serious note of the strike, he warned them their services would be terminated in case they failed to join duties by the deadline set by the state government of 5 pm on Tuesday. The minister said that at the time of recruitment, they made an agreement with the government that they would not form unions or organisations and would accept whenever the government considered the declaration of their regularisation.
Errabelli stated the secretaries also promised that they would continue to work in the village where the government posted them and would not violate the rules framed by the government. He added that regularisation of services would happen for all and would be based on the assessment of the contract employees by a committee appointed by the state government.
"The secretaries should not come under the influence of the Opposition party leaders and must not form unions," the minister said adding that despite all these rules they formed unions in violation of their agreement. The minister also requested the JPS to withdraw their protest and immediately join duties since the state government was ready to pursue their issues and would take the decision very soon.