Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar had promised to provide a job for one member of a family in each household during Telangana statehood agitation. Telangana people, students and unemployed believed KCR and supported him in his struggle for Telangana statehood.
Telangana state was formed six years ago on June 2, 2104, and KCR too completed six years as CM. But KCR failed to fulfill his promised on jobs even after six years. KCR himself announced in Assembly five years ago that there are about 1.10 lakh vacancies in government departments and his government will fill them within a year. KCR failed to fill even 10,000 vacancies so far. Even of this, majority comprise of police constable, home guard jobs. While Telangana students and unemployed were expecting KCR to fill Group-1, 2, 3, 4 posts by conducting recruitment exams through TSPSC, nothing like that happened in the past six years though few groups posts were filled and majority got stuck in legal disputes in courts.
This has led to anguish and frustration among students and unemployed youth as only KCR and his family members are enjoying power and posts in Telangana state.
When KCR came to Gun Park in Hyderabad today (Tuesday, June 2, 2020) to offer tributes to Telangana martyrs, who laid down their lives for cause of Telangana State, on the occasion of sixth anniversary of Telangana state formation day, an unemployed youth intruded into the KCR's convoy of vehicles and raised slogans against KCR and TRS government.
Police sprung into action and took the youth into custody. Despite heavy security force deployed at the venue, the youth broke security cordon and proceeded towards KCR's vehicle. The incident reflected the anger of Telangana youth and unemployed towards KCR and TRS government which is only making fake promises and tall claims for the past six years but hardly fulfilled any of its major poll promises during the last six years.