However, some employees also stayed back as the government provided accommodation nearby

Andhra govt employees return to Hyderabad as temporary secretariat incomplete File photo: Facebook/Andhra Pradesh CM
news Friday, July 01, 2016 - 08:11

A day after reports that slushy roads and half-ready buildings greeted the employees, who were shifting to the Andhra Pradesh secretariat in Velagapudi on Wednesday, many employees reportedly moved back to Hyderabad on Thursday. 

The Times of India reported:

The employees had hurried through the shifting process only to meet the deadline fixed by the state government, though their offices are not yet ready. The interim complex was inaugurated at the auspicious 2.59 pm on Wednesday and within hours, the reverse exodus began.

AP Secretariat Employees' Association president U Muralikrishna told TOI, "After the inauguration, some of the employees returned to Hyderabad as their offices are not yet ready. They will return to temporary secretariat once their offices are ready. In the meantime, the employees will continue to work from Hyderabad for a week or two. The government has agreed to allow the employees to work from Hyderabad."

However, some employees also stayed back as the government provided accommodation nearby. The interim government complex is estimated to be ready only by the second week of August.

 

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