The orders were issued by the education department on June 8. The issue of these orders came into circulation on Saturday afternoon. The teachers expressed concern over this. Opposition parties have stated they will not run in the by-elections. Opposition parties have accused the KCR government of targeting teachers. Minister Sabita Indrareddy announced that the education department was suspending the directives.
Disclosure of assets is not a new rule, government sources say, which has been in effect since 1968. However, the government announced that the orders were issued on the recommendation of the Vigilance Department and that the orders would be withdrawn immediately.
The allegations were made last year in the case of a teacher from Nalgonda district. Vigilance has ruled that most of these allegations are true. With this, departmental action should be taken .. It is suggested to give orders to all the teachers.