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    The Telangana Students’ Action for Vacancies and Employment (T-SAVE) has announced a daylong hunger strike by all opposition parties at Indira Park on April 17. The organisation, which was proposed and floated by YSR Telangana Party (YSRTP) as an umbrella organisation, made the announcement at its inaugural roundtable meeting in Hyderabad. Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Telangana Party (YSRTP) chief YS Sharmila blamed both the state and central governments for allegedly failing to meet the expectations of the students and the unemployed youth.

    Sharmila accused KCR of failing to generate a single job during his term, and despite carving new districts and mandals, there has been no effort made to fill vacancies and address the growing administrative needs. She added that the vacancies in the state stand at close to 4 lakhs, while the Biswal Committee’s recommendation to fill up 1.91 lakh vacancies has fallen on deaf ears. Inside the Assembly, the CM puts the vacancies at 80,000, then the notification is issued for barely 40,000 jobs and finally exams are held for 8000 posts. The fate of these too are indefinite after the paper leakage.

    Sharmila added that her party will stage a hunger strike for a day at Indira Park to bring this government to task and put pressure and force it to deliver justice to the youth. She also demanded that the Biswal Committee recommendations be immediately implemented, and a CBI enquiry be called to look into the TSPSC and SSC paper leakages.

    Listing the demands of T-SAVE Sharmila said, “Skill development should be prioritised, Nirudyoga Bhruthi (pension for the unemployed youth) be immediately disbursed, fees reimbursement dues be cleared, and corporation loans be facilitated to turn youth into self-made entrepreneurs.”

    T-SAVE also demanded that the Central government give clarity on its commitment to 2 crore jobs annually. Speaking on the occasion, TPCC official spokesperson Addanki Dayakar lashed out at the KCR government for concentrating on liquor business rather than students’ future. He alleged that KCR’s rule is all about corruption, scandals, and scams.

    Rajesh M
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