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Cabinet approves 3,966 posts

Sanctions  2,591 posts in BC Welfare Department
Decentralises R&B Department and sanctions 472 posts

NAVEENA GHANATE
Hyderabad

The Telangana Cabinet has decided to fill 3,966 posts in the Narcotics Control Bureau and the Telangana Cyber Safety Bureau.The Cabinet sanctioned an additional Rs 1,865 crore for the Roads and Buildings department for repairing roads (periodical renewal). It also sanctioned 472 additional posts in the R&B department.

The Cabinet meeting was convened by K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Saturday and it approved new recruitments to the Police Department. The Cabinet decided to strengthen the police department and decided to use new technology to control crime and recruit staff accordingly in the wake of changing social conditions and crime pattern.

The Cabinet discussed narcotic drugs and other drugs as they are destroying the future of youth and has become a law and order problem.The state government has already constituted a Special Unit in the police to eliminate drug crimes.

As part of this, the Cabinet decided to fill 3,966 posts in various categories in Hyderabad, Cyberabad, Rachakonda Commissionerates, Command Control Centre, Narcotics Control Bureau and the Telangana Cyber Safety Bureau.

In this regard, the Cabinet directed the State Home Department to take steps for recruitment.The Cabinet approved the establishment of new police stations, new circles and new divisions to improve law and order and strengthen policing in Hyderabad, Cyberabad and Rachakonda commissionerates.

The Cabinet also sanctioned 2,591 posts in various wings of the Mahatma Jyoti Ba Phule BC Welfare Residential Educational Institutions in the BC Welfare Department.The Cabinet directed that these new appointments should be made in the teaching and non-teaching staff sections of the newly started four Junior Colleges, 15 Degree Colleges and 33 Residential Schools in this academic year.

The Cabinet directed that the new appointments should be made in the teaching and non-teaching staff sections of the newly started four Junior Colleges, 15 Degree Colleges and 33 Residential Schools in this academic year.

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