Irregularities In Telangana Teacher Transfers: Congress Demands Probe

Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee Chief Spokesperson Sravan Dasoju - Sakshi Post

Hyderabad: The Congress in Telangana today alleged irregularities in the transfer of teachers and lecturers in the state and sought a high level probe into it.

In an open letter to Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee Chief Spokesperson Sravan Dasoju alleged that web counselling has proved to be a big "farce with some teachers managing to get transfers of their choice on payment of money." A few leaders of Teachers Unions allegedly played the role of middlemen, bringing shame to the entire fraternity, he alleged, according to a party release.

Dasoju claimed that the recent transfers were not done as per the Government Order and the process lacked transparency.

He said although the process of transfers has been completed on June 30, the transfers of Degree College lecturers are still underway in the name of 'On Duty' and so far 142 transfers have been made.

"Friends of the Education Minister were allegedly behind those illegal transfers which include 15 in Karimnagar, 14 in Warangal, 12 in Adilabad, 10 in Khammam, 12 in Mahabubnagar, 8 in Medak, 6 each in Nalgonda and Nizamabad and 4 in Ranga Reddy districts," the release quoted Dasoju as saying.

Dasoju further alleged that nearly 50 transfers were cancelled and fresh orders were issued manually to execute illegal posting to others.

The Congress leader, in his letter, urged the Chief Minister to order a high level into the alleged "irregularities" committed by the Deputy Chief Minister and the Commissioner of Collegiate Education, the release added. (PTI)

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