Hyderabad : MP Kavitha today said that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is making efforts to keep the promise of providing jobs to children of Singareni workers. She addressed a meeting when leaders and activists of TNTUC, HMS Trade unions of other political parties joined the Telangana Coal Mine workers union, supported by the TRS, at Telangana Bhavan in the presence of Chief whip Koppula Eshwar and Telangana State Representative in Delhi S Venugopala Chary and others.
Speaking on the occasion, the MP charged that the opposition parties were moving the courts against such jobs as it will fetch good name to the government. Stating that the chief minister considers every Singareni worker as a soldier of India, Kavitha said that KCR is aware of workers’ problems who stood by statehood movement.
The Government is sincere and is making all out efforts to ensure that the children of the Singareni workers get hereditary jobs, Kavitha maintained. She exhorted the gathering to elect the party leaders supported by the TRS in the elections in the Singareni Collieries. ‘It is not good to stop the process by moving courts against hereditary jobs’, she said. Their conspiracy against the workers welfare is known to everyone, she stated. The chief minister is committed to address the problems of Singareni Workers and is taking steps in that direction.