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Direct Telangana govt for inclusion of 26 deleted BC communities in list : BJP


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Hyderabad: A delegation of BJP Andhra Pradesh unit on Thursday requested Telangana Governor Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan to recommend and direct the government for inclusion of 26 deleted BC communities in the BCs list in the state by amending G.O Ms.No.3.

The delegation led by BJP OBC Morcha National President and Parliamentary party board member Dr K.Laxman and MLC PVN Madhav , who submitted a representation to the Governor at Rajbhavan here, said that 26 communities are notified under Most Backward Classes in BCs list of the erstwhile State of Andhra Pradesh under GO.MS.No: 1793 and many of these castes out of this 26 communities were Aboriginal Tribes/ De-notified Tribes, landless labourers and they are most backward, due to their backwardness, poverty, nature of mobility from place to place migrated to Hyderabad and surrounding districts many decades back, for eking out their livelihood, being capital city of combined state and they became locals of Telangana State.

But, after formation of new State of Telangana, unfortunately without referring to the BC Commission nor conducting any survey of economic, social status of these 26 communities, the state government unconstitutionally with biased motives, was deleted from the list of BCs under GO.MS.No.3, they said in the representation.

The government also not given any opportunity to these castes in general or to the societies representing the caste, to make their submissions, they said in this connection, these people are most affected in getting admissions into schools, colleges, scholarships, fees reimbursement and employment since 8 years as the people of the these communities have been living in extremely poor conditions and unable to get opportunities.

Many of these community people are engaged in the construction Labour, painting, carpentry, security guards and other daily wage labour in unorganized sectors, majority women engaged in construction labour, they said and added that these community people to come up, adequate reservation is required in Backward Classes (BCs) of the state of Telangana for their social, economic and educational uplift.

All these castes hail from the most backward districts of Srikakulam, Vizanagaram in the erstwhile state of Andhra Pradesh and migrated to Hyderabad and surrounding districts who became locals of the Telangana state, they said in the representation.

They requested the Governor to direct Chief Minister K.Chandrashekar Rao and Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar as well as Telangana State Backward Class Commission for reclusion of these 26 castes in the list of BC of Telangana state by suitably amending the GO MS.No.3.

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