BJP opposes Telangana Government’s transfer to scrap VRO system

Naveen S Garewal 

Tribune News Service 

Hyderabad, September 8 

As the Telangana Cabinet approves the Revenue Bill 2020, the state unit of the BJP has termed the scrapping of the Village Revenue Officer system as “a hasty step that is against the fundamental rights of the VROs”.

BJP has known as for an all-party assembly to debate the problem earlier than discussing the Bill within the House. 

It could also be recalled that Telangana Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar by way of an order on September 7 had stopped all of the registration processes within the state and had directed the VROs to deposit all information to the respective District Collectors on Monday itself. 

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In a press release right here on Tuesday, BJP spokesperson Okay Krishnasagar Rao alleged that Chief Minister Okay Chandrashekhar Rao had been resorting to altering the administration as per his whims and fancies and the choice to scrap the whole VRO system was a sign of his working fashion. 

“The BJP demands that the Chief Minister withdraw his hasty decision. We also demand the government to sit with former revenue officials and opposition leaders before bringing in the new Revenue Act,” he mentioned including that any institutional change of this scale should be backed by scientific evaluation and skilled opinion. 


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