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Visakhapatnam, July 5, 2005
The JAC, the AP NGOs Association and the Andhra Pradesh Revenue Services Association have extended support to the protesting employees in the district against the actions of the District Collector, Praveen Prakash.
The revenue employees staged a daylong dharna at the Collectorate on Tuesday as a mark of protest. Addressing the press, the NGOs association leaders deplored the dictorial attitude of the District Collector.
The district unit president of the Panchayat Secretaries Association alleged that the suspended village secretaries were called for counseling and asked to sign on affidavits stating that they would stay with family.
The general secretary of the district Mandal Parishad Development Officers Association wanted revocation of the suspension of three mandal officers and opposed postings on full additional charge at far off places.
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