He said the issues will be discussed with the Transport Minister and officials to take an appropriate decision beneficial for the RTC employees.
He emphasised the need to strengthen all the systems that carry water from barrages to distributory canals and rivers to the last ayacut area.
Enugu Mallareddy, Headmaster of Namilikonda Primary School said unemployed youth, will face severe hardships with the State government’s decision to increase the retirement age.
He said the struggle for freedom was carried out in many forms and finally the country achieved independence due to great sacrifices made by numerous freedom fighters.
The superannuation age also has been increased for employees and teachers up to 61 years.
Making the announcement in the course of budget presentation for 2021-22 in the State Assembly here, Finance Minister T Harish Rao said the Chief Minister conceived the new scheme for the all round development of Scheduled Castes in the State.
CM pointed out that the second wave of Covid-19 pandemic has just started in India and numerous cases were being reported from neighbouring States
“The employees will remain thankful to the Chief Minister, if 29 per cent fitment is given and retirement age is increased to 61,” said Ravinder Reddy.
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He said with the launch of PSLV-C51 which is the first dedicated commercial satellite, ISRO has proved to be one of the world’s leading space research organisations.
Housing Minister Vemula Prashanth Reddy said within few days Nizamsagar project will get Kaleshwaram water through Konda Pochampally reservoir.