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Telangana non-cooperation movement called off

March 4, 2011
Hyderabad

The employees' union leaders who had talks with the Government for nearly one and half hours in the evening ended successfully.

It may be recalled that the employees who are on the non-cooperation with the Government since 17th of February to press their demands. The union leaders announced that they are calling off their non-cooperation movement following the talks. They said that the Government has accepted their key demands in principle. Government and employees union leaders signed the mutually agreed agreement.

Sources say that the Government has agreed to give 42 percent weightage to Telangana locals in all Government departments and take a delegation to the centre on the Telangana issue.

Earlier in the morning, Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy urged the Government employees of the Telangana region to call off their non-cooperation movement. He appealed to the employees to consider the problems faced by the people due to this movement. Speaking on the issue, Kiran Kumar Reddy said that as many as 11 lakh pensioners and 50 lakh families were suffering due to the non-cooperation.

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