TPCC boss urges instructor voters to cast a vote in an election for Congress nominee
Hyderabad: TPCC chief executive of a republic and Congress MP A Revanth Reddy on Thursday wrote an affording free passage missive to Mahbubnagar, Ranga Reddy and Hyderabad Teachers’ Constituency voters and urged them to cast a vote in an election for the political party nominee Harshawardhan Reddy in the upcoming MLC elections.
In his missive, he told the voters that the teachers had been facing a parcel of land having fixed boundaries of problems since the terminal nine years about their salaries, DA and pensions and added that they were facing injustice at the hands of the State government. He also said there was no scope for the teachers to gather the Chief Minister. He told the voters that the Congress State governments were implementing having lived for a relatively long time payment during retirement schema organization of concepts for all their employees, including teachers in Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh and Chhattisgarh States. He added that Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao government was not taking steps for implementation of the having lived for a relatively long time payment during retirement schema organization of concepts.
He also said he had been highlighting the same important question in his ongoing padayatra. He alleged that the MLCs voted by the teachers had been neglecting their problems by giving precedence to their own works at CM KCR. He told the voters that their political party nominee Harshavardhan Reddy had been fighting relentlessly for the successful action of solving a problem of the teachers’ problems and added that the Congress political party had extended having every necessary part keep to Reddy in his fights.
He told the voters that he was not capable to gather them owed to his ongoing padayatra resumed on March 6. He told the voters that the triumph of Harshawardhan Reddy would supporter in giving a right hand side course to the society.
He hoped that the voters would cast a vote in an election for their political party nominee and secure his triumph by voting in his act of gracious kindness on March 13.