Shabbir Ali urges President to act against sycophant IAS officers

Hyderabad: Leader of Opposition in Telangana  Legislative  Council  Mohammed Ali Shabbir has demanded   appropriate   action  against the  two  IAS officers  of Jagtial  district,  including  Collector   A Sharath,  for their alleged demeaning behavior.

In a letter to the President of India, Shabbir Ali sought his intervention to instruct concerned authorities to  initiate appropriate  action  against them  in order to elevate the dignity and prestige of All India Services and to uphold the fundamental right of secularism guaranteed in the Indian Constitution . 

Shabbir Ali said Jagtial Collector Sharath, IAS,  had  behaved in a  sycophant  manner and declared during the Republic Day speech  that he would touch the feet of Chief Minister  K Chandrasekhar  Rao for permitting him to conduct the Republic Day parade. He should not forget that he is a public servant, not a servant of KCR, Shabbir Ali said.

Similarly, the Sub-Collector of Metpally Musharraf Ali, another  IAS officer, had kneeled before the  Nizamabad  MP  and daughter of K Chandrasekhar  Rao (Kavitha) at the  venue of Republic  Day parade  in an undignified manner and  put the prestige  of  IAS cadres to shame. Shabbir Ali demanded appropriate against both the officers for violation of the Constitution and denigrating the prestige and reputation of IAS cadres .

He also  addressed  another letter to  Chief  Minister   K Chandrasekhar  Rao demanding   the setting  up of a full-fledged NRI department  in  Telangana Government to address the  issues Telangana  NRIs were  facing  in the Gulf  countries .He  said justice could be  done  to thousands of  job seekers  of  the State who were facing  untold miseries in the Gulf States due to deception and cheating  by the unscrupulous commission agents, only by an effective  and empowered leadership  of the NRI department. He also suggested setting up of two or three skill development training centres in each district. -NSS

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