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AP Assembly employees from Tel seek allotment to native state

Press Trust of India  |  Hyderabad 

Employees of the Legislative Assembly, who belong to Telangana, held a protest in the Assembly premises here today demanding that they be alloted to their native state.

The employees, who hailed from but working in Legislative Assembly, demanded that they be alloted to Telangana, as the AP House would be moving to its permanent capital city of Amaravati soon.



"We have been working in AP Legislative Assembly. But the AP Assembly would now be shifting soon," an employee told the reporters.

The protesting employees held placards resenting the alleged delay.

Official sources said that the matter is already being looked into.

The bifurcation of undivided came into effect on June 2, 2014.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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AP Assembly employees from Tel seek allotment to native state

Employees of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly, who belong to Telangana, held a protest in the Assembly premises here today demanding that they be alloted to their native state. The employees, who hailed from Telangana but working in Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly, demanded that they be alloted to Telangana, as the AP House would be moving to its permanent capital city of Amaravati soon. "We have been working in AP Legislative Assembly. But the AP Assembly would now be shifting soon," an employee told the reporters. The protesting employees held placards resenting the alleged delay. Official sources said that the matter is already being looked into. The bifurcation of undivided Andhra Pradesh came into effect on June 2, 2014. Employees of the Legislative Assembly, who belong to Telangana, held a protest in the Assembly premises here today demanding that they be alloted to their native state.

The employees, who hailed from but working in Legislative Assembly, demanded that they be alloted to Telangana, as the AP House would be moving to its permanent capital city of Amaravati soon.

"We have been working in AP Legislative Assembly. But the AP Assembly would now be shifting soon," an employee told the reporters.

The protesting employees held placards resenting the alleged delay.

Official sources said that the matter is already being looked into.

The bifurcation of undivided came into effect on June 2, 2014.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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AP Assembly employees from Tel seek allotment to native state

Employees of the Legislative Assembly, who belong to Telangana, held a protest in the Assembly premises here today demanding that they be alloted to their native state.

The employees, who hailed from but working in Legislative Assembly, demanded that they be alloted to Telangana, as the AP House would be moving to its permanent capital city of Amaravati soon.

"We have been working in AP Legislative Assembly. But the AP Assembly would now be shifting soon," an employee told the reporters.

The protesting employees held placards resenting the alleged delay.

Official sources said that the matter is already being looked into.

The bifurcation of undivided came into effect on June 2, 2014.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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