CM Revanth Reddy Promises Job Calendar Amid Protests

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Hyderabad: Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy responded to concerns from unemployed youth with an announcement that a job calendar would soon be released. This follows widespread protests across the State on Friday.

Revanth Reddy assured that the government is committed to filling vacant government positions and will make decisions to benefit unemployed youth. He urged protesters not to be misled by political parties.

Addressing the issue of delayed notifications for job exams, the Chief Minister explained that altering rules midway could lead to legal complications. He emphasized that the government would carefully consider all aspects before making decisions.

CM Revanth Reddy highlighted that the previous Congress government had fulfilled its promise by filling 28,942 jobs. Discussions with student leaders and officials were held to address ongoing concerns, ensuring exams are conducted smoothly without overlap.

He urged patience from the unemployed and promised to resolve demands in collaboration with senior officials and the Chief Secretary. Issues such as exam schedules and post increases for Group 2 and Group 3 were discussed during the meeting.

The Chief Minister assured that the Education Department and Telangana Public Service Commission would address concerns raised by student union leaders regarding exam schedules, promising a swift resolution.


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