The Chief Minister of Telangana Kalwakuntla Chandrasekhar Rao has decided to increase the retirement age of Singareni workers to 61 years.In this context, CM KCR directed Singareni Managing Director Sridhar to announce this at the board meeting scheduled for July 26.
Recently, CM KCR held a review meeting at Pragati Bhavan with the public representatives of the Ramagundam constituency on the issue of Singareni area problems and drafted solutions.CM KCR decided to increase the retirement age of the Singareni workers at the request of the Telangana Coal Workers Union and Coal Belt Area legislators.
As per the reports, a total of 43,899 Singareni workers will benefit from the decision.On this occasion, KCR discussed various topics related to the Singareni workers.
CM KCR decided to set up Singareni Medical College in the Ramagundam constituency.He is likely to issue orders related to this soon.
Ministers Errabelli Dayakar Rao, Satyavathi Rathod, Government Whip Chennur MLA Balka Suman, Pinapaka MLA Rega Kantarao, Manchiryala Constituency MLA Divakar Rao, Bhupalpally MLA Gandra Venkata Ramanareddy, Kottagudem MLA Vanama Venkateshwar Rao, Ramagundam MLA, Ramagundam Antram Sakku, Sirpur Khagaz Nagar legislator Koneru Konappa and others attended the meeting.