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    Temporary employees working in government education offices in Telangana for the past 12-15 years went on strike for 24 days to demand job regularisation. The previous government promised to solve the issue but failed to do so. Instead, they offered the promise of giving MTS. The leaders of the current Congress government made an election promise to solve the problem, but the employees have not been paid their November and December wages even in January. They are facing financial difficulties and are forced to incur debts due to irregular wages that are not enough to support their families. The employees are demanding that the relevant authorities and current public representatives respond immediately and pay their salaries properly as promised during the previous strike.

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