Employees raising slogans during a protest at Jammu.
STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: On the call of J&K Government Employees, Casual Labourers, Workers and Pensioners United Platform, a large number of government employees on Tuesday held protest in front of the Office of Divisional Commissioner, here to press the State Government for immediate settlement of their pending issues.
Hundreds of casual labourers and workers from different departments under the leadership of various associations/ unions raised slogans against the anti-working class policies of State Coalition Government which has miserably failed to settle their genuine demands.
While addressing a massive protest rally, senior trade union leaders Mohammed Gafoor Dar Convener of the United Platform, alleged that government has failed to frame a regularisation policy despite its declaration on the floor of the Legislative Assembly by Finance Minister Haseeb Drabu during last Budget Session.
They demanded regularisation policy for need based casual labourers of all the departments engaged after 1994, payment of regular wages under proper wages head, enhancement of honrarium of Anganwadi workers and helpers, framing of recruitment rules to provide 100 per cent promotion avenues to the workers and helpers. They appealed to the Chief Minister to intervene personally for final resolution of the demands of regularisation policy for casual labourers. Others present were Tanveer Hussain, Akhil Sharma, Rajan Sharma, Rajinder Kumar, Nazir Ahmed Molvi, Puneet Sharma, Sanjeev Kumar, Bhanu Partap Singh, Deepak Gupta, Subash Chander, Vikramjeet Singh, Sanjeev Kumar, Mushtaq Ahmed, Manzoor Ahmed Khan, Sabzar Ahmed, Showkat Ahmed, Sheesh Kumar, Karan Singh, Pardeep Singh, Vijay Choudhary, Raj Singh, Yashpal, Ramesh Singh and Ajiaz Ahmed.
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