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Protest against posting of ‘corrupt' official

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In protest: Employees of Commecial Taxes Department called for a pen-down strike and staged a ‘dharna' in Karimnagar town on Thursday.

KARIMNAGAR: Employees of the Commercial Taxes Department in Karimnagar town participated in a pen-down strike and staged a ‘dharna' in front of their office here on Thursday opposing the posting of K. Srinivasa Rao, the Deputy Commissioner, Commercial taxes, from Guntur to Karimnagar district.

Right from the Commercial Tax Officers (CTOs) to class four employees, all participated in the pen-down strike. They alleged that the deputy commissioner was corrupt and harassed women employees with indecent behaviour. They urged the Minister for Higher Education D. Sridhar Babu to take appropriate measures and cancel the posting of Deputy Commissioner Srinivas Rao to Karimnagar district.

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