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New Revenue Act soon, to recruit 18,000 police personnel: CM

Hyderabad, Sept.22 (PMI): Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao today informed the Assembly that  a new Revenue Act will be brought in for people and employees should follow what the government directs. He warned of serious action if the employees plan protests and strikes and should work as per government’s orders.

Speaking in the Assembly on Sunday, KCR said some 18,000 police personnel will be recruited in the State. On the last day of budget session here in the Assembly, the Chief Minister said the State government will fill the police men posts, including 16,000 constables and remaining others.

KCR also stated the State government was committed to provide jobs and employment through necessary training and skills. He said the TRS regime will offer training for 14,000 persons in Telangana and 4,000 persons of Andhra Pradesh. He expressed displeasure at the Opposition parties for misguiding people with false information and criticism.

KCR said he has confidence on people’s support for welfare and development programs. There was no need for misguiding the people with mischievous propaganda, the Chief Minister said. “We got loans for development and will borrow more if necessary. The past governments did not complete the SLBC project in 40 years, but the TRS completed the Kaleshwaram lift irrigation project in just three years”, he said.

The Chief Minister said the TRS government will soon bring in a new Revenue Act for the cause of the people and not to cause loss to anyone, he added. All issues will be considered and hold a special session to elicit views of the Opposition to bring in the new Revenue Act”, KCR said. He also said the employees have to do what the government says for development. He warned of severe action if they resort to protests and strikes. The government was firm on developing the State and people’s welfare and employees cannot dictate, he warned.

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