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Shade Of Xenophobia

TRS renders Seemandhra employees aliens

Shade Of Xenophobia
Shade Of Xenophobia
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Seemandhra employees working in various state departments in Telangana watch with trepidation the sword dangling menacingly over their heads these days. Especially as the Telangana Rashtra Samiti gover­n­ment goes about collecting information on them through a staffed ‘war room’.There is no question of allowing emp­loyees from Rayalaseema and Andhra to continue to work in the wings of the secretariat, chief minister K. Chandra­sekhara Rao, or KCR as he is popularly known, had said in very his first speech at a gathering of Telangana employees. “We will not allow Seemandhra employees to step into the T-Secretariat even if they are forcefully allocated to Telangana state,” he had said.

The issue blew up when P.K. Mohanty, the outgoing chief secretary of undivided Andhra Pradesh, explained the guidelines for the provisional allocation of posts between the two states. According to these, most posts would continue on an “as is, where is” basis till the central government makes a final allocation. This was...

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