Govt job aspirants meet KTR over unfulfilled promises by Congress govt

Unemployed candidates and government job aspirants met with the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) Working President, KT Rama Rao , expressing their dissatisfaction with the Congress government’s failure to deliver on its promises.

KTR stated that the Congress government made numerous promises to the unemployed but has failed to act on them. They advertised job calendars extensively before elections, announcing dates and notifications for around ten exams, but none have been issued. KTR demanded that the government release the pending notifications immediately. He noted that during the elections, the current Chief Minister Revanth Reddy promised an increase of 2,000 jobs in Group-2 and a few thousand more in Group-3 if elected, but he did not fulfill his promise to the youth and students of Telangana. Only 60 jobs were added to the previous government’s Group-1 notification, technical excuses are being made to avoid fulfilling job increase demands, KTR said.

KTR reminded the government that their Congress party, in the first cabinet meeting, promised a mega DSC but has deceived the unemployed. He emphasized that BRS will hold the government accountable in the upcoming assembly session. KTR assured the job aspirants that the BRS party will support and fight for the unemployed.

KTR demanded the selection of candidates for Group-1 mains in a 1:100 ratio, as previously demanded by the current Deputy CM Bhatti Vikramarka in the assembly while they were in opposition. Upcoming exams include TET, Group-1 prelims, DSC, Group-2, Group-1 mains, and Group-3, which are scheduled on back-to-back dates without sufficient preparation time for the aspirants. KTR emphasized that adequate time between exams is necessary as many students take multiple exams.

The government must recruit the promised 200,000 jobs immediately and announce a job calendar without delay, as promised. If promises are not met, BRS leaders will protest on behalf of the unemployed. Failure to fulfill these promises may result in the same unemployed individuals, who helped the government come to power, causing its downfall, KTR warned.