Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao (KCR) has requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to permit applicants seeking central government jobs to write competitive examinations in their respective regional languages.

In a letter routed to Modi on Thursday, KCR said that at present all serious tests to fit the bill for posts in focal government workplaces, focal PSUs, Railways, protection benefits and nationalized banks are held in just Hindi and English and the individuals who don't either concentrate in English medium or are not from Hindi talking states face a genuine disservice in these serious tests. 

"To give equivalent and reasonable occasions to understudies from all conditions of India, it is mentioned that the up-and-comers ought to be allowed to compose all serious tests in local dialects likewise for enlistment in administration of India and its specialties and endeavors through UPSC and all different offices like Railway Recruitment Boards, public area banks, RBI, staff choice commission and so on," the Telangana CM said in his letter.

KCR has also requested President Ram Nath Kovind to release a commemorative stamp in honour of former Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao, during the President’s visit to Hyderabad during his annual southern sojourn. According to the CM, releasing the stamp in Hyderabad would be a "fitting tribute" to the former prime minister who hailed from the state.
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