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The Chief Minister should concentrate on implementing poll promises, the DMK said
PUDUCHERRY: Convenor of Puducherry unit of Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam R. V. Janakiraman on Monday criticised Chief Minister N. Rangasamy for removing workers appointed by the previous government in various Departments, Societies and Corporations.
“Back door appointments”
In a statement, Mr Janakiraman said several persons were appointed as casual labourers in government institutions through “back door” during the previous tenure of Mr. Rangasamy.
After Mr Vaithilingam took over from Mr Rangasamy mid-way during the last Assembly, these workers were made permanent.
The DMK leader expressed surprise over the decision to remove workers in a large scale when there are other crucial issues to be dealt with.
A full-fledged cabinet had not been formed and even Ministers who have already assumed office are without portfolio.
Cabinet not convened even once
Not even once had the Chief Minister convened the cabinet, he said.
The Chief Minister should concentrate on implementing poll promises, he said adding that if the situation arises the party would organise protest demonstration.
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