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People cover themselves from rain as they attend the CPI public meeting in support of Telangana statehood at Nizam college grounds in Hyderabad - PTI.
TRS today demanded that the Andhra Pradesh Government conduct the recruitment test for sub-Inspectors of Police only after getting the Clause 14 (F) of the Presidential Order of 1975 deleted.
"The Assembly passed an unanimous resolution when this Chief Minister (Kiran Reddy) was Speaker. If they still go ahead with the exam, without getting 14 (F) deleted, what respect does the resolution have?" party President K. Chandrasekhar Rao said here.
The 14 (F) makes Hyderabad a free zone for police recruitment, meaning people from all parts of the state would have equal rights in jobs. Telangana supporters insist that making the city a free zone goes against the interests of Telangana.
They demand that Hyderabad should be a part of Zone VI along with other Telangana districts. The TRS President hit out at the Chief Minister for not leading an all-party delegation to Delhi to get the clause deleted.
The Government, however, asserts that it would protect the interests of Telangana.
Alleging that corruption has taken place in the Hyderabad Metro Rail Project, he reiterated the demand the Government organise an all-party meeting on the issue and distribute the Detailed Project Report to the parties.
Rao took exception to Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy's reported comments that there is no question of going back over implementing the Metro Rail Project.
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