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R. Krishnaiah letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi

R. Krishnaiah letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi
14 lakh jobs in various government departments at the center should be replaced
  R. Krishnaiah letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Hyderabad November 24 ( Biscuits Welfare Association President R. Krishnaiah has appealed to central government to replace 14 lakh jobs in different government departments at the center. The Prime Minister has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday. In the Railways, Rs 2 lakh 25,000, 244 public sector organizations 20,000, 3 lakhs in the defense department, more than 2 lakh in various government departments Say the oga spaces. Recently, the National BCCC leaders assured them that all jobs would be completed when they met (Prime Minister), as well as the UCSC, Stop Selection Commission, Banking Recruitment Board, Railway Recruitment Board to write a letter to the Board but did not take action so far Krishnaiah mentioned in the letter Nloni different states, at the center of a massive I.A.S.., Aipiyas. There are no spaces. According to government estimates 1470 IAS, 1039 IPS. There are no spaces. IAS, IPS The power of the posts is affected by the presence of vacant posts in different states. Direct Recruit IAS, IPS. The absence of political leaders is increasing and corruption is growing. There are more vacancies in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Orissa, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. It is not possible to ignore the government until such large gaps have been made, and it is necessary to replace the most important posts for the year that year. The Prime Minister should set up a high level meeting to replace the grievances of federal government jobs. Krishnaiah asked the chairmen of four recruitment boards (UCSC, Staff Selection Commission, Banking and Railway Recruitment Board) -72 Government Directors Directors and 244 Public Sector Undertakings to take action to speed up the process of employment. They are the same for the whole of the same posts I certainly intend to appeal to the Prime Minister has ordered.

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