Hyderabad, February 3
Telangana Joint Action Committee (TJAC) will organize a massive rally in Hyderabad on February 22, along with unemployed youth. TJAC convener Pittala Ravinder and others requested the unemployed youth of the State to participate in the rally.
The TJAC leaders alleged that the government has failed to fill up the vacancies during its two and half year rule. They lamented that the youth are crossing the maximum age limit to get the jobs. The government had filled only 15,000 jobs so far while there are lakhs of vacancies in government offices, they pointed out.
Hundreds of youth, who fought for separate Telangana State, are now again taking to streets for jobs. They said that many students who have taken coaching for various jobs in the city are now in dilemma whether to return their home towns or stay here. They claimed that the State government is responsible for the present plight of the youth.
TJAC leaders criticized that the police are causing untold miseries to them. The government has forgotten that the citizens have the right to express their feelings.
Anyone can form parties and associations in the State, they stated. Staging agitation is also a part of the people primary rights.