Non-teaching staff will not be affected: CS Somesh Kumar


Hyderabad: Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar said on Friday that non-teaching staff working in the departments of education and the protection of women and children will not suffer any loss of promotion and will not have to leave the district of Hyderabad. as a result of the allocation of new local cadres in accordance with the New zonal system.

The Chief Secretary gave an assurance to this effect to a delegation of non-teaching staff headed by Yakhutpura MP Ahmad Pasha Quadri.

The delegation approached AIMIM Assembly leader Akbaruddin Owaisi regarding the issues they were facing as a result of the assignment of employees. He spoke to the chief secretary and urged Ahmad Pasha Quadri to lead the delegation and deal with the issue.

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The AIMIM MP said that since the start of the allocation of employees, the non-teaching staff remaining in Hyderabad-local framework were invited to opt for other districts and likewise, the non-teaching staff in the outside Hyderabad was invited to come to Hyderabad.

This will result in losses for the employees. In accordance with government orders, employees residing within the greater Hyderabad limits are paid 24 percent as rent allowance. In the case of those living in other districts, the HRA was 12%, he said.

The chief secretary, assuring them, said that in the event that they were faced with an issue, they could approach it and all issues would be resolved, according to a press release.

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