BRS stands by you, KTR assures govt job aspirants in Telangana


by IANS | Tue, Nov 21, 2023, 11:42 AM

Hyderabad, Nov (IANS) Under attack from the opposition Congress and BJP over alleged failure to fill vacancies in the government departments and leakage of question papers of recruitment exams, BRS working president K. T. Rama Rao on Monday assured the youth preparing for government jobs that BRS stands by them.

Confident of BRS retaining power, KTR promised that he will meet job aspirants on the morning of December 4, a day after counting of votes.

He met aspirants largely based in Ashok Nagar and hailing from different districts of Telangana.

Minister KTR posted on 'X': "Had an insightful conversation with the Govt job aspirants from Ashok Nagar who came to meet me with a hope to find a way forward. Assured them that the future is bright and will be meeting them at their adda immediately after election."

During the course of freewheeling interaction, the aspirants asked several questions related to job calendar, TSPSC Board reconstitution, cancelled and postponed exams among others.

KTR assured them that he will have a meeting with the government employees in Ashok Nagar on December 4, after the announcement of the election results to thoroughly discuss all the issues related to the filling of government jobs.

He said that there is no possibility of anyone questioning their commitment in creating government jobs, especially the Congress which did not even create 1,000 jobs per year when they were in power from 2004-2014.

The Congress government in erstwhile Andhra Pradesh filled merely 1,000 jobs per year, but in 9.5 years, BRS government provided 16,000 jobs per year.

He said that the BRS government was continuing the process of filling up 2 lakh 30 thousand government jobs. More than 1,62,000 government jobs have already been filled, he said.

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