Nara Lokesh urges the government not to play with the life of women welfare secretaries
Nara Lokesh urges the government not to play with the life of women welfare secretaries
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Mangalagiri: TDP national general secretary and MLC Nara Lokesh urged the government not to play with the life of women welfare secretaries who were not at all inclined to wear khaki at this time. They were assigned women welfare activities in their official job charts, but were now being asked to do police duties as well. He urged the YSRCP government to immediately withdraw GO number 59 and stop the conversion of women welfare secretaries of village and ward secretariats into women police constables.

In a statement here on Sunday, Lokesh advised the Chief Minister not to cause any embarrassment or harm to the women welfare secretaries with his 'Tughlaq decisions'. The GO No 59 issued on June 23 was totally thoughtless and it should be scrapped. The women secretaries have strongly objected to this in front of the superiors and top officers who were not trying to provide any solution till now. He said that the women welfare secretaries had written to him, seeking their party support for starting an agitation against GO 59 on their behalf. The government should favourably consider their demand for bringing their services under the women and child welfare department. 

The demand of the women welfare secretaries was justifiable since they were recruited for the purpose of women and child welfare activities only. Lokesh said that the YSRCP government should make the women welfare secretaries an integral part of the women welfare department and accordingly they should be spared from the policing duties. The GO 59 should be scrapped as it was in violation of the job notification based on which the recruitment was taken up and completed, he said.

 

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