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Chandra babu naidu makes it easy for kcr

Chandra babu naidu
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Chandra babu naidu move makes things easy for TRS government, as KCR is hell bent on sending AP employees to their State based on their domicile

AP CM N Chandrababu Naidu’s grandiose announcement, increasing the retirement age of his government employees from 58 to 60 years, has come as a blessing in disguise for the Telangana government led by K Chandrasekhara Rao, while leaving the Seemandhra employees working in Hyderabad in a piquant situation.

AP CM’s announcement increasing retirement age for employees by two years a blessing in disguise for TRS government; many Andhra employees working in Telangana now want to return to AP

Naidu made the announcement of increasing the age of superannuation for the Seemandhra employees immediately after taking oath as the Chief Minister in Guntur on Sunday last. He also signed a file to that effect. This has left the Seemandhra employees working in Telangana government in a state of confusion. The dilemma before the Seemandhra staff is whether to continue working here, if given an option, or to go back to their native State to make use of the benefit of increased retirement age.

APNGO general secretary N Chandrasekhar Reddy told Metro News that the Seemandhra employees, by and large, were more inclined to return to AP government. He said that the division among the Telangana and Seemandhra employees was so deep that the latter were not ready to serve Telangana government. Reddy said that if Seemandhra employees stayed back in Hyderabad, they would face problems of adjustment. Seemandhra employees have also expressed same opinion and said that they would not work for Telangana government and were ready to return to their native places. This would make the things easy for the Telangana Rashtra Samithi government, as Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao is hell bent on sending the Seemandhra employees to their State based on their domicile.

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