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Telangana Job Calendar on December 4

Telangana Job Calendar on December 4

Telangana Job Calendar on December 4

Unveiling the Reality of Government Job Opportunities in Telangana

Telangana’s Working President and Minister, KT Rama Rao (KTR), declared the release of a job calendar for government job aspirants on December 4. Challenging the Congress, he urged them to present facts and name any state that has filled more government jobs than Telangana in the past decade.

In a recent press conference held in Hyderabad, Bharat Rashtra Samithi’s (BRS) working president, K.T. Rama Rao (KTR), addressed the critical issue of government job vacancies in the state. Emphasizing the achievements of the Telangana Government since 2014, KTR called upon AICC leader Rahul Gandhi to substantiate claims of other states surpassing Telangana in filling government job vacancies.

Speaking at Telangana Bhavan, Rama Rao stated that he would personally unveil the job calendar on December 4 during his visit to Ashok Nagar, a hub where job aspirants receive coaching for various government positions. Emphasizing Telangana’s accomplishments in job creation, he questioned if any other state in the country could boast more government job placements than Telangana.

BRS Outperforming Congress in Job Creation

In response to Rahul Gandhi’s claims about job creation in Karnataka, Minister Rama Rao highlighted that the BRS government had filled 1.6 lakh jobs over the last 10 years, averaging 16,000 jobs annually. This surpassed the Congress’s record of 1,000 jobs per year during its 10-year rule in the erstwhile Andhra Pradesh, now part of Telangana.

Challenges and Accusations

Taking a dig at TPCC chief Revanth Reddy, Rama Rao questioned the Congress party’s objections to the Rythu Bandhu scheme. He urged the people to choose between electricity and Congress, accusing Revanth Reddy of having a clandestine understanding with the BJP. Rama Rao questioned the TPCC chief’s silence on PM Kisan Yojana and expressed confidence in BRS’s ability to face the BJP in Telangana, vowing to defeat prominent BJP candidates in upcoming elections.

Deeksha Diwas on November 29: Commemorating Telangana’s Historic Struggle

BRS Working President KT Rama Rao called upon party cadre and the public to observe Deeksha Diwas on November 29. This day marks the historic hunger strike of BRS president and Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao, a pivotal event leading to the formation of Telangana. Rama Rao credited Chandrashekhar Rao for steering the Telangana movement to victory and urged a grand celebration of Deeksha Diwas. He called for hoisting party flags on houses and participating in social service programs, emphasizing the importance of honoring the sacrifices of Telangana martyrs and Chandrashekhar Rao’s resilient spirit.

Telangana’s Job Milestone

KTR highlighted the significant progress made by the Telangana Government, having successfully filled over 1.6 lakh job vacancies since 2014. This accomplishment stands in stark contrast to the mere 10,000 jobs filled during the preceding 10-year Congress rule.

Congress’s Alleged Misinformation Campaign

Expressing concern over the misinformation spread by Congress leaders, KTR cautioned the unemployed youth against falling into the trap of Congress leaders like Rahul Gandhi and A. Revanth Reddy. He accused them of deceiving the public with baseless claims.

Addressing the Youth

To further address the concerns of the unemployed youth, KTR announced his intention to sit with them in Ashok Nagar on December 4. This meeting, also involving state officials, aims to discuss the intricacies of the job calendar and address the genuine concerns of the youth seeking employment opportunities.

Questioning Congress’s Credibility

Questioning the credibility of Rahul Gandhi and A. Revanth Reddy, KTR challenged their understanding of entrance tests and interviews, suggesting they lacked firsthand experience in job-related processes. He emphasized the disparity between those born into privilege and those who achieve success through hard work.

Karnataka as a Point of Contention

KTR questioned the Congress campaign’s reliance on Karnataka as an example. Despite promises of filling 2.5 lakh government jobs in the first year, the Congress Government in Karnataka has not issued a single recruitment notification even six months after assuming power.

Opposition to Uniform Civil Code and IT Raids

Touching on other political issues, KTR declared opposition to the Uniform Civil Code Bill proposed by the BJP Government. Additionally, he addressed IT raids in the state, clarifying that they were not targeted solely at BRS leaders but were part of a broader initiative.

Accusations Against Congress–BJP Understanding

Accusing the Congress of having a tacit understanding with the BJP, KTR pointed out instances of dummy candidates fielded in key constituencies. He expressed confidence in the BRS’s ability to defeat these candidates.

Deeksha Diwas Celebration

Highlighting the significance of ‘deeksha diwas,’ an annual event commemorating the day K. Chandrasekhar Rao initiated an indefinite hunger strike in 2009, KTR called for statewide celebrations. He recounted KCR’s call for people to stone him to death, emphasizing the importance of the day for the party.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the significance of ‘deeksha diwas’?

A: ‘Deeksha diwas’ is an annual celebration marking the day when K. Chandrasekhar Rao went on an indefinite hunger strike in 2009. The day holds historical importance for the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), and KTR encourages widespread celebrations.

Q: Why does KTR oppose the Uniform Civil Code?

A: KTR opposes the Uniform Civil Code proposed by the BJP Government, expressing the BRS’s stand against its implementation.

Q: What is KTR’s stance on IT raids in the state?

A: KTR clarified that IT raids in the state were not solely targeted at BRS leaders but were part of a broader initiative.

In conclusion, K.T. Rama Rao’s recent address sheds light on the achievements of the Telangana Government in filling job vacancies and challenges the credibility of Congress leaders in their claims. As the political landscape evolves, it remains to be seen how these issues will impact the upcoming Telangana Election in 2023.

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