Cultural Academy employees raising slogans during a protest.
STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: Jammu and Kashmir Cultural Academy Employees criticized the State Coalition Government for not showing its serious concern towards their demands including promotions.
The protest launched by the Cultural Academy employees under the banner of Jammu and Kashmir Cultural Academy Employees Union on Thursday entered in the seventh consecutive day.
Seeking intervention of President JKAACL and Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti and Vice President JKAACL, Zaffar Iqbal Manhas to address their demands, the protesting employees warned that if their demands are not met earliest they will intensify their agitation.
Meanwhile, J and K National Trade Union Front, NTUF and Secretary Social Forestry extended full support to the agitation launched by the Cultural Academy employees.
State President of JKCAEU, Ramesh Singh demanded promotions of all the employees who were placed against the posts. He demanded that at least three members of the Union should be included in the rule framing committee.
The Union leader stated that the employees of Divisional Office Jammu are sitting in shabby rooms which were originally meant to be used as green rooms/retiring rooms. They said that the Divisional Office is presently portraying extremely unhygienic conditions of academy which requires a change.
Divisional President Pankaj Sharma, General Secretary Sunil Sharma, Secretary Ch Mehmood Riaz and Adviser Rita Khadyal and Anil Tickoo joined the protest.
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