Hyderabad, Oct 20 (UNI) Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy today directed all the departments to implement GO 610 before its deadline on November 20.
Addressing a meeting on the implementation of the GO, he said a White Paper on it would be released after a detailed meeting under his Chairmanship on November 20, which would be the last, on the issue and no more delay in this regard would be allowed, whatever may be the reasons.
Dr Reddy reiterated that supernumery posts to the extent of non-locals (other than Telangana districts) to be repatriated from Zone V and VI to other zones (non-Telangana districts) would be created and recruited. These supernumery posts would form part of the recruitments (mostly teachers and policemen), which are already under process.
He said if needed additional supernumary posts would be created so that the GO was implemented in the right spirit.
''There should be an end to this exercise. I want all the departments to immediately come out with the exact number of non-locals (other than Telangana districts) to be repatriated from Zone V and VI. Orders for their repatriation should be issued immediately. Whether they go to court or tribunals or they get relieved or join their parents zones, posts to the extent of non-locals (other than Telangana districts) to be repatriated from Zone V and VI should be created and notified immediately'', he said.
He asked the Chief Secretary to convene a meeting on the implementation of the GO on every Saturday with the departmental heads and on every Monday with the Cabinet Sub-Committee and said the final meeting would be held under his Chairmanship on November 20.
''we have to come to a logical conclusion and it cannot go on like this. Even though departments are acting and repatriation orders are being issued, the issue should come to an end'', he said.
The figures submitted by the departments show that number of employees identified for repatriation in completed reviews are 18,061, out of which 9,417 have been given repatriation orders.
Number of employees relieved so far are 7,875, yet to be relieved are 996 and joined at new places are 5361.
Home Minister K Jana Redddy, Panchayat Raj Minister J C Diwakar Reddy, Chief Secretary P Ramakantha Reddy, Principal Secretary on GO 610 Vijayakumar, Principal Secretary (Revenue) Samuel, Principal Secretary (Home) Ajoyendra Pyal and other officials attended the meeting.
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