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    Mahabubnagar: The Gram Panchayati workers from across Mahbubnagar territorial dominion on warpath for immediate waiver of their pending salaries for the earlier than the present time 6 months.

    Earlier, on Monday, the members of Telangana Gram Panchayati Workers and Employees Union (TGPWE) affiliated to Center of Indian Trade Union (CITU) along with members of Gram Panchayati workers visited the territorial dominion Collectorate and large platform on which people are seen by an audience a objection demanding immediate releases of their pending salaries.

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    Later they gave a representation to Land Acquisition Special Collector Padmasri and also met with the territorial dominion panchayat policeman Venkateshwarlu and urged them to spirit into their important question and choose immediate steps to assure that their pending salaries are released immediately.

    Speaking on the time of a particular event, Nallavelli Kurumurthy, CITU territorial dominion chief executive of a republic, Mahbububnagar, said that the Gram Panchayat employees and workers who are rendering various services be fond of open way for travel or transportation sweeping, waste cleaning, waste accumulation, releasing drinking HO, maintaining the HO pipeline and cleaning the drains and manholes have got been hurt owed to deficiency of salaries for the earlier than the present time 6 months. “Majority of the Gram Panchayat workers and employees are from backward and downtrodden communities like SC, ST and BC casts and they are working for a meager salary of just Rs 8,500 per month,” Kurumurthy said.

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    “Despite very low salaries which is not at all sufficient to run a decent living and already they are suffering financially to run their homes, the State government has put their salaries pending for the past 6 months. This clearly speaks volumes that the State government is least bothered about the lives of poor and down trodden communities. We are demanding the State government to immediately release the pending salaries, or else we will be forced to take up a district wide indefinite strike,” warned Kurumurthy.

    Earlier, concluding calendar week the CITU leaders and members of various Gram Panchayat workers unions took up a objection mass meeting from Annasagar to the territorial dominion Collectorate and handed over the representation to waiver salaries immediately, however, the then territorial dominion Collector S Venkat Rao had promised to waiver the salaries in 15 days. Now divisible by two though 15 days have got gone earlier than the present time, the salaries of GP workers is inactive pending and because of this the GP workers are going through severe fiscal problems and struggling to be operating or functioning their homes by making debts. Narayana CITU, vice chief executive of a republic, Kanduri Venkatiah, Narasimhumu, Zakir and others were intermediate between past and future on the time of a particular event.

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