Mittal shuts BIE entrances on GJCLA prez
Hyderabad: The Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) appears to be obtaining bogged down in much deeper debates. Commissioner Navin Mittal, that on Monday declared that a ‘small mafia’ was operating in the board, on Tuesday released process prohibiting the access of Telangana Government Junior College Lecturers Association (GJCLA) president P Madhusudhan Reddy right into the workplaces of TSBIE, Commissioner of Intermediate Education (CIE) as well as Nampally Colleges Complex, Hyderabad.
In the orders, Navin Mittal pointed out an ACB situation versus the speakers’ organization president, besides pending situations prior to 2 city courts with major criminal costs. Also, an FIR was submitted by the CIE versus him at Begum Bazar Police terminal affirming trespassing right into the CIE properties as well as damaging the CCTV systems in the workplace.
As per the process, restriction was troubled Madhusudhan Reddy as a number of delicate as well as management tasks of Intermediate Education as well as Higher Education are carried out which there was a requirement for making certain safety and security as well as security of team, particularly females team as well as workplace documents as well as tools.
Any effort to get in the properties would certainly be dealt with as criminal trespass as well as effort to talk with authorities or team would certainly be considered as criminal scare tactics. However, interaction with the CIE as well as TSBIE would certainly be allowed via email or postal interaction. Mittal claimed that demanding activity versus Madhusudhan Reddy was pondered when it was located a severe concern of endangering the information violation as well as damaging the CCTV cams.
Stating that it is the last nail in the casket to cleanse the TSBIE as well as CIE, he claimed that points have actually concerned such a pass that also the commissioners’ guidelines were maintained pending up until they obtain Madhusudhan Reddy’s nod. The team were either drawn or frightened to fall in line, he declared.