Harish urges Congress leaders to withdraw cases for completion of irrigation projects

Hyderabad: Irrigation Minister T Harish Rao today exhorted youths aspiring for jobs to make persistent efforts to achieve their goals.

The minister was speaking after launching a coaching center at Pargi to provide coaching for youth to prepare for competitive examinations like police constables and other posts. Harish appreciated the efforts of local TRS leader Manohar Reddy for his initiative to provide coaching material to the youth. He also asked the youth to have the self-confidence to achieve their goals. The material and coaching will help the youth avoid spending huge money around Rs 30000 in coaching centers in Hyderabad, he pointed out.

Harish Rao said the youth can get police constable and other jobs if they make planned efforts. The State government has provided 33 percent reservation for women and the youth can compete for the posts, he said. He also reminded that Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao was going to urge Prime Minister Narendra Modi to make norms to provide jobs to youth in their own districts. A notification will be issued soon to fill posts of panchayat secretaries, he added. Demanding that the Congress leaders withdraw unnecessary cases filed against the irrigation projects, Harish Rao said, “We will take up the works of the projects within 15 days of withdrawal of cases by the Congress leaders”.

Home Minister Nayini Narsimha Reddy, Transport Minister Mahender Reddy and others were present. Earlier, the ministers hoisted TRS party flags at Moinbad and Chevella. Hundreds of party youths followed them in a rally of vehicles and attended the program. (NSS)