The fight is theirs, the test is theirs
In the aftermath of the postponement of local bodies in the AP, all those in the Election Commission, the constitutional body, are facing various tests as government employees. While some of them are cooperating with the government strategies .. others are following the orders of SEC Nimmagadda Ramesh. While Nimmagadda is conspiring against those who are following the orders of the government, the government has targeted those who had collaborated with Nimmagadda in the past and conducted CID investigations. With this, it seems that all the SEC employees are now baffled as to when Nimmagadda will leave.
Consecutive wickets in SEC
SEC Nimmagadda Ramesh has been hunting for those who defy him by collaborating with the government in the fight over local elections between the government and the Election Commission. Nimmagadda, who had already hunted down Joint Director Saiprasad for allegedly going on leave and provoking fellow employees not to co-operate in the elections, later sacked IAS Vani Mohan, who was also the SEC secretary, and surrendered to the government. With this, warnings were sent to the rest of the employees in the commission. The government has to allocate two more employees to his posts.
Who will replace Vani Mohan?
Vani Mohan, who has been the secretary of the Election Commission till now, has been sacked by the SEC and the government has to appoint another secretary in her place. With this, the government is now looking for a suitable person to replace Vani Mohan. The government is working to recruit IAS or IFS or another All India Service officer who is loyal to them. Compared to Vani Mohan, the officer in her place is more likely to cooperate with the government. If that happens then it is up to the government to decide what will happen to them.
Thus clear the route for the Jagan government
In fact, Nimmagadda Ramesh’s tenure as SEC will end in March this year. The government then plans to appoint an officer of its choice as the election commissioner to screen local elections. Nimmagadda is formulating strategies to replace the team that previously worked under the new Election Commissioner. But Nimmagadda Ramesh is now paving the way for the government by getting rid of them. The government is likely to recruit more loyalists to replace the officers who recently hunted down the lemongrass. These developments are naturally exhilarating in advance in YCP.