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    Probation period over, Junior Panchayat Secretaries in Rangareddy DEMAND permanent employment

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    Junior Panchayat Secretaries in Rangareddy district want permanent jobs after finishing their four years of probation. They have threatened to go on an indefinite strike if their demands are not met. Many people left high-paying jobs in the private sector to work in this government job. The probation period for these positions is twice as long as other government jobs, lasting four years instead of two. The probation period ended on the 11th of this month, and the employees want to be made permanent.

    The government hired 353 Junior Panchayat Secretaries in Rangareddy district in 2019. When they were first hired, they received a probationary salary of Rs15,000. After people protested for permanent employment, the Chief Minister increased their salary to Rs28,719 but extended their probationary period by another year. Their job duties include implementing government programmes such as Haritha Haram, sanitation, birth and death registration certificates, permission for housing construction, property mutation certificates, shop licenses, job assignments, disaster management, and other tasks.

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    Some employees have resigned because of the increase in workload. The government is now regulating outsourcing in their positions by imposing rules on outsourcing. There are currently 353 Junior Panchayat Secretaries in the district, and 303 have completed their probationary period. The remaining employees are being appointed as outsourcing executives.

    The employees are worried about their job security and want permanent employment. The government has not responded to their demands yet. If a resolution is not reached soon, an indefinite strike could happen.

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    Rajesh M
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