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JAMMU: J&K Government Employees and Workers Joint Action Committee (R) condemned the previous as well as present State Government for deliberately becktracking from the commitments made with employees including removal of pay anomalies but nothing has been done till date.
In the meeting held here on Wednesday, Babu Hussain Malik, State President of the Association said that the government is not removing the pay anomalies of the poor clerical cadre rather the wages of the legislators are increased from time to time without any financial constrains.
Malik urged upon the Chief Minister and Finance Minister to remove the pay anomaly of Clerical cadre before implementation of Seventh Pay Commission and issue separate order as were issued when anomalies of other 14 cadres were removed.
The other demands of the employees are DPC in all departments after every six months, increase in medical allowance from Rs 300 to Rs 2,000 per month and regularisation of daily wagers, casual labourers, contractuals and Anganwari and ASHA workers.
Bharat Bushan, Khurshid Ahmad Dewani, Ashok Singh, Yash Paul Sharma, Meenakshi Sharma, Jaswant Singh, Parshotam Sharma, Bharat Bhushan Kotwal, Ansuya Gupta, Seva Ram Rathore, Munish Sharma, Farida Bano, Vikas Chander, Vikas Sharma, Sham Lal, Mohammad Sadiq, Lekh Raj, Naresh Kumar, Om Prakash, Kapil Gupta, Uday Singh Pathania, Sandeep Singh, Mukhtyar Singh, Darshan Angurana, Ali Mohammad, Sudershan Singh, Sanjeev Singh Jamwal and Mangat Singh were also present.
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