INTUC Stir For Dependent Jobs In SCCL From April 15
Hyderabad: Questioning Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao to tell as to why he failed to initiate steps to see that the judicial problems will not be raised, INTUC president Sanjeeva Reddy said that the former knew very well that the court would dismiss the dependent jobs issue.
Sanjeeva Reddy revealed that they will launch strike from April 15 on dependent jobs issue. He also informed that already they served notice to the Singareni Collieries in this regard.
Speaking to media here on Friday, Sanjeeva Reddy alleged that the Nizam Sugars, Sirpur Kagaz Nagar Mills were closed after KCR became the CM of the state. The CM stated before the elections that there should not be contract workers system in state, Sanjeeva Reddy reminded.
On the other hand, the TPCC appointed a committee under former MLA Gandra Venkataramana Reddy and the members were TPCC Chief N Uttam Kumar Reddy, AICC representative RC Kuntia, former ministers Shabbir Ali, D Sridhar Babu to look after the workers’ problems.
Speaking on the occasion, the Congress leaders demanded that KCR fulfil the assurance made before the elections. They said that they will organise meetings in 24 constituencies where Singareni workers live and explain them that about the dishonesty done by the CM to them.
They said that it was painful that the CM misled the people amidst Assembly saying that they were no contract workers in the Singareni Collieries but there are about 25,000 contract workers. They alleged that the CM was cheating the NREGS workers in the State. (NSS)