TRS chief K Chandrasekhara Rao has said that creation of separate Telangana State was nearing and there are clear signals in this regard.
Addressing Singareni Vijayotsava Sabha at Telangan Bhavan here on Wednesday, the TRS chief said that there were no minimum facilities to the employees though the Singareni coal mines was earning profit in crores of rupees. He thanked the Singareni workers for ensuring victory of Telangana Boggu Gani Karmikula Samithi (TBGKS), on behalf of four-and-a-half crores of Telangana people. He said the TBGKS has to fight for their rights. He exhorted the TBGKS leaders to work differently from the other unions. He said that the other Union leaders, who came wearing slippers, were now roaming in cars and never bothered to solve problems of the Singareni workers.
Making it clear that the TRS was the only party that was fighting for Telangana State, he said that the days are very near for creation of separate State. He said that there would be party review meetings for every six months. He asked the TBGKS president Kingarla Mallaiah to take responsibility of ensuring victory of party MLAs in the Singareni divisions in 2014. He said that the TRS would emerge as winner with thumping majority.
KCR said that two months’ salary, which the Singareni employees had lost during the Sakala Janula Samme would be given with interest after formation of separate State. He said that he would try to exempt the Singareni employees from paying Income Tax too.