Maoists warn TRS legislator to refund amount collected from youth promising jobs in RFCL

K M Dayashankar

 

PEDDAPALLI:  Even as the irregularities in the recruitment of temporary posts in Ramagundam Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited (RFCL) are snowballing into a big controversy with various political parties and people’s organizations demanding a comprehensive probe into the incident, the Maoists’ Naxalites have entered into the picture and demanded Ramagundam legislator Korukanti Chander, his relatives and supporters to return back Rs 45 crore amount collected from the innocent youths promising permanent jobs in RFCL.

In a press note sent to the media offices in Peddapalli district on Thursday (August 25), Maoists Jayashankar-Bhupalapalli, Mahabubad, Warangal and Peddapalli (JMWP) division secretary Kankanala Raji Reddy alias Venkatesh warned the people involved in the collection of money ranging from Rs 4 lakhs to Rs 7 lakh from the gullible youth promising permanent employment in RFCL to return back the amount to the victims immediately.

The Naxalite leader stated that the local legislator, his relatives and supporters had collected a huge amount from over 790 youth promising permanent employment in RFCL. However, recently there was a change of contract and the Gujarat-based Choudhary enterprises secured the contract and they had reduced the local staff and recruited the Bihar state labourers.

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The issue came to light following the removal of local youth as labourers in RFCL. The youth had been agitating demanding the local leaders rejoin them in the service and return the amount collected from them. The Ramagundam legislator had reportedly instructed his followers to return back the collected amount to the youth.

However, the Maoist leader alleged that the legislator and his followers were not returning the amount collected from the innocent youth. Demanding the leaders to refund the amount collected from the youth or provide employment to them in RFCL, the Naxalite had warned of stern action in the presence of the public.

 

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