KCR To Abolish VRO’s In The State
KCR, Chief Minister of Telangana is reportedly eyeing to do away with the Grade II system in the state. And according to sources, the bill related to abolishing the system might be introduced in the house.
Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar ordered all the district collectors to collect all the records with respect to the department by 3 pm and submit them to the government by 5 pm. Meanwhile, the VROs expressed dissatisfaction over the government's decision of removing VRO to root out the corruption in the revenue department.
The scrapping of the VRO system has raised many doubts among the VROs. The members of the revenue employees association questioned the government to clarify the present position of the VROs.
It has been widely reported that KCR might introduce the 'Land Management, and Administration Act' bill that is cited as new Revenue during the Assembly sessions.
If we have to believe these reports, the existing VROs will be transferred to other departments so that they don't have to lose their jobs and search for other opportunities.
Reportedly, the decision came after CM KCR received complaints about irregularities in the Revenue department. To see that no such irregularities take place he took this call.
It has been widely reported that VROs will be given the post of Junior Assitant carder in other departments. There is official confirmation on this. Once the bill is introduced in the house, we will get more clarity.