The Chief Minister, Mr N. Kiran Kumar Reddy, on Wednesday clarified that the examinations for posts of sub-inspectors, slated for August 13, would not in any way affect the prospects of the people of the Telangana region as is being wrongly projected by some organisations.
Speaking to select newsmen on Wednesday night, the Chief Minister said that the government has committed to deletion of the 14(f) clause from the Presidential Order, 1975, and there is no going back on the assurance. “But after deleting the said clause, fresh recruitments will take place for Hyderabad. As of now, the present notification of SI examinations do not cover any single post for Hyderabad,” the CM clarified. He said 18,300 candidates are appearing for the SI examinations across the State for roughly 1300 SI posts, for which notification was issued in 2008. “It is thus not desirable to postpone the exams once again and allow the aspirants to wait for an uncertain period of time,” the Chief Minister added. Deccan Chronicle