Hyderabad: The senior TRS leader and Siddipet MLA, Mr T Harish Rao, on Wednesday made it clear that the written test for recruitment of police sub-inspectors should be postponed indefinitely even after deletion of the controversial clause 14(F) of the Presidential Order.
Speaking to mediapersons here, Mr Harish Rao accused the government of creating confusion among the people of Telangana on the 14(F) issue with an intention to sabotage the today’s Telangana Bandh. However, the people of Telangana ensured total success of the bandh despite hurdles created by the government.
Mr Harish Rao said that the SI examination should be postponed indefinitely and a fresh notification with suitable amendments should be issued after deletion of 14-F. Demanding that the entire 14th paragraph of the 1975 Presidential Order be deleted, the TRS leader said they would continue the agitation towards this end.
He also faulted the constitution of Cabinet sub-committee with Deputy Chief Minister as member and Chief Minister as chairman for holding talks with the Telangana employees unions. He also took serious exception to the remarks of the Seemandhra MLA, Mr Anam Vivekananda Reddy, that outlawed Naxalites were conducting the Telangana agitation. He, once again, appealed to the Telangana MPs not to enter Parliament and ministers of the region to abstain from duties till the separate Telangana demand was conceded.