Nizamabad MP K. Kavitha said that the TRS Government was quite serious in providing hereditary jobs to the employees of Singareni Colleries.
Addressing a meeting of TGBKS at Telangana Bhavan on Sunday, Kavitha said that Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao took required measures to provide hereditary jobs. However, she said that the Congress leaders stopped the process by inciting a few people to approach the court against the decision. She said KCR had brought consensus on the issues by consulting all political parties and hereditary jobs were to be resumed after a gap of 18 years. But, she alleged that the process was stopped by creating legal complications. She assured that the government would take all legal steps to implement the decision.
Kavitha also welcomed the activists of TNTUC and HMS who joined the TGBKS today.