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Revanth, First Fulfill Promise of 2 Lakh Jobs for Unemployed Youth – KTR

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K.T. Rama Rao addressing the media, urging Revanth Reddy to fulfill the promise of 2 lakh jobs for unemployed youth in Telangana.

The Telangana Congress government was asked by the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) to release a job calendar and deliver on its pre-election pledge of two lakh jobs on Thursday.

Telangana BRS Working President K.T. Rama Rao, commonly known as KTR, highlighted that despite numerous promises made to the unemployed, the Congress government has failed to deliver. Several young people without jobs and job seekers who met with KTR to voice their displeasure echoed this sentiment.

KTR pointed out that the Congress government had heavily advertised job calendars before the elections, announcing dates and notifications for around ten exams. However, none of these have been issued. He warned that if the government fails to meet its promises, BRS leaders would protest on behalf of the unemployed. He cautioned that the same individuals who helped the Congress come to power could also contribute to its downfall if promises remain unfulfilled.

He demanded the immediate release of pending notifications. KTR recalled that during the elections, Chief Minister Revanth Reddy promised an increase of 2,000 jobs in Group 2 and several thousand more in Group 3, but failed to deliver on these promises. He mentioned that only 60 jobs were added to the previous government’s Group-1 notification and accused the government of making technical excuses to avoid increasing job numbers.

KTR also reminded the government of its promise made in the first cabinet meeting to launch a mega DSC to recruit teachers, accusing them of deceiving the unemployed. He emphasized that BRS will hold the government accountable in the upcoming Assembly session.

He assured job aspirants of BRS’s support and commitment to fighting for the unemployed. KTR demanded that candidates for Group-1 mains be selected in a 1:100 ratio, a demand previously made by current Deputy Chief Minister Bhatti Vikramarka when he was in opposition.

KTR also highlighted the need for adequate preparation time between upcoming exams such as TET, Group 1 prelims, DSC, Group 2, Group 1 mains, and Group 3, as many students take multiple exams.

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