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PRC Saadhana Committee serves notices for Indefinite Strike:- The government officials of Andhra Pradesh are unhappy with the new PRC model and the GO issued by the government and the state cabinet. They approached the High Court to dismiss the GO and the AP government invited the government officials for talks today. The officials of AP decided to initiate talks only after the government of AP calls of the GO. The PRC Saadhana Committee has been formed to fight against the government. The committee served the notices to the AP government announcing that they would head for strike from the midnight of February 6th. 20 steering committee members served notices to Sasibhushan Kumar, the Principal Secretary for the state.
PRC Saadhana Committee consists of employees, teachers, pensioners and other unions. The employees made it clear that the strike would continue till the GO of PRC will be withdrawn by the government. They said that the government and the state cabinet never consulted the officials or the unions before issuing the GO on the PRC. A plan has been chalked out by the officials and the protests are planned in the next week. Ministers Perni Nani and Botsa Satyanarayana have stepped in to discuss about the issue with the employees but they did not turn out to the state's Secretariat.
Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy, the Advisor to the government of Andhra Pradesh for Public Affairs urged the employees not to take any extreme step and he asked them to come for talks. He said that the government is ready to discuss with the officials and take the further call on the PRC. Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy said that the government is ready to discuss with the officials even after the notice for the strike is served.
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