Telangana Government to raise retirement age of govt. employees


The Telangana Government Chief Minister is firm in keeping his election promise in accordance with the promise of elections in 60 or 61 years, the retirement age of state government employees will be increased by a significant statement, the Chief Minister said.

He also instructed officials to prepare promotion charts for Telangana government employees in all departments. An employee should know what date he or she is promoted and go to the unhealthy practice of lobbying for promotions.

The CM has made it clear that the government is ready to promote them all and employees should cooperate by withdrawing the cases they have filed on the issue of promotion. He stressed that if necessary, the government would create super-numeric posts.

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At a preparatory meeting here on Tuesday, the Telangana State Institute of Rural Development held a state-wide implementation of a 30-day special action plan with the officials of the Panchayati Raj department, Rao said. And Zilla Parishad meetings. Strict action will be taken against such officials.

He also directed the General Secretary to issue immediate orders for the merger of Vikarabad district in the Charminar Zone.

Speaking on the government’s vision to restore the past glory of the Panchayati Raj system, the states have brought major administrative reforms by creating new districts, divisions, zones, and many tandas, transforming remote hamlets into panchayats. Out of the 12,751 panchayats, 3,146 ST Sarpanchs and Rural Administrative Departments are now ready for the management and implementation of government programs.

As a continuation of administrative reforms, the government has introduced a new Panchayati Raj Act to clarify to the authorities on the use of functions and funds and to increase accountability among public representatives and officials.

The state government is implementing many tasks at the village level. It will provide drinking water through Mission Partnership, Farmers Relatives and Riti Insurance Schemes, Mission Tank Recovery Tanks and provide financial incentives to strengthen the rural economy and undertake infrastructure projects without burdening Grama Panchayats.

In addition to this, the panchayats have special responsibilities such as promoting public participation in village-level programs while providing the government with good rice, Anganwadi centers, Asara pensions, KCR kits, Kalyana Lakshmi, etc. Cleanliness, greenery in villages, preparation of five-year plans and budgets accordingly, prompt payment of electricity and other bills, maintenance of street lights, etc.

If people work in mission mode, good results can be achieved without fail and there are many examples of this, such as Gangadevipally Model Village in Warangal District and Ankapur Village in Nizamabad.


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