Women teachers draw rangolies appealing KCR to unblock spouse category in 13 districts to implement GO 317

K M Dayashankar


KARIMNAGAR:  Cashing on the sentiment and importance of rangoli during the Sankranthi festivities, women government teachers have appealed to the state government to unblock the spouse category for transfers in 13 districts and unite the families as part of the implementation of the GO 317 by drawing rangolies on the premises of Collectorate in Karimnagar town on Saturday.

The women teachers, who could not celebrate the Sankranthi festival joyfully with their families following the transfer of husband and wife to different districts, have arrived with colours and painted the Collectorate premises with rangolies and appealed to the government to unblock the spouse category in 13 districts.

They wrote slogans “Thalliokka dikku – tandriokka dikku – pillalu evai dikku” (mother one district, father another district and children separated), “dayatho maa dhampathulanu kalapandi” (please unite our families on humanitarian ground), “manasunna maaraju maa mukya manthri” etc.

The teachers said that they were unable to celebrate the Sankranthi festival due to the separation of families and children. We only appealed to the Chief Minister to kindly consider the genuine request of uniting the families by unblocking the spouse category in 13 districts, they urged. Spouse forum district convenor M Anandam, Jeevan Reddy, Krishna, Karunakar Reddy, Javed Hussain, Manjula Srilatha, Sridevi, Udayasri, Bhagya Kavitha, Shailaja, Shabana, Lavanya, Keerthana and others participated in the programme.

Some other teachers and government employees have also painted the rangoli in front of their houses demanding the government to abolish the GO 317.


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