Telangana cabinet subcommittee report as Four zones & three cadres : Telangana Cabinet subcommittee headed by Deputy Chief Minister Kadiyam Srihari reported that two zones are suggested to change four zones. The Cabinet Subcommittee informed the government that there should be four zones in Telangana, In the case of cadres, the report states that the district, zonal and state level cadres should be included. The subcommittee on the zonal system collected the opinions of various sections and reported the report to this extent.
Telangana cabinet subcommittee report as Four zones & three cadres
On the orders of Chief Minister KCR, the report was handed over to the leaders of Telangana Employee Unions on Thursday. Rajendra, which is in charge of the new Zonal Policy in Telangana, They will meet with the unions on 21st of this month.
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The Zonal process was discussed during the meeting with the CM in Pragati Bhavan on Wednesday. Employee unions requested CM to make transparency, promotions, appointments and interact with the zonal system. Responding to this, CM suggested that the unions should be partners in this exercise. The CM informed to officials, The report should be submitted to the Employee unions. The report copies was handed over to employee unions.
In the Committee report , There are indications of zonal system outline, standard for localization, classification of categories, which districts should be in the zones. After a three-day study, the ministers’ committee headed by Sri Etela Rajender will meet the Employee Unions. In this meeting, Their views are attached. The unions said they would report to the Ministers’ Committee about the flexibility of the zonal system without the content of the report.
Earlier, the Kadiyam headed Cabinet Subcommittee reported a six-month study. According to the latest CM orders, a committee formed by Etala Rajendar will have a new study. The Committee meets with Employee Unions and officers as well. This committee is likely to recommend new proposals to replace the Kadiyam committee proposals.
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