March for jobs, With the Telangana Joint Action Committee (JAC) gearing up for the ‘March for Jobs’ rally, the State government is facing a hard mission.
The JAC is traumatic the authorities top off activity vacancies straight away.
The protest march is being led by means of Kodandaram, who had led the JAC via the thick and thin of the 15-12 months-vintage warfare for separate statehood for Telangana. This march, but, is sharply different from the protests he led prior to the formation of Telangana in June 2014.
The ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS), which turned into the main supporter of the JAC then, is towards the protest march, saying the committee is making an attempt to weaken the government. In fact, it has released an all-out campaign to scuttle the march. The entities were engaged in a verbal duel ever for the reason that State turned into formed.
While the TRS went directly to shape the government, the JAC has decided to continue to rally at the back of problems that the people. The rift best widened within the ultimate 30 months because the JAC has emerged as a thorn inside the flesh for the K Chandrasekhara Rao Government.
“Creation of jobs changed into one of the critical demands at some point of the Telangana movements. Thousands of unemployed teens are eagerly looking forward to process notifications. They are transferring to Hyderabad from specific locations for training, looking ahead to large number of vacancies,” Kodandaram said.
‘No permission yet’
The JAC is getting help from the Opposition parties and numerous people’s organisations. Sensing huge crowds at the protest, the government has now not granted permission for the march yet. This had pressured the JAC to move the courtroom to are seeking permission. The police met the organisers on Monday, asking them to don’t forget shifting the protest venue from the Dharna Chowk on the Indira Park to a place outside the metropolis.