STATE TIMES NEWS UDHAMPUR: A delegation of Private Schools under the Chairmanship V.M Sharma (PSA Udhampur) called on Dabinder Singh Asstt. Provident Fund Commissioner Udhampur and expressed anguish about the manner in which Central Department is enforcing central laws and rules on the private schools without organizing any awareness camp. During the meeting, Ajay Gupta General Secretary J&KPSA raised a series of questions regarding future of already deposited CPF amount with the J & K State Employees Provident Fund Organization and procedure of its withdrawal, terms & condition of already serving employees, present percentage of breakup and liabilities of the new department etc. Adding to it he said that most Schools functioning in the area of Jammu & Kashmir don’t have net banking facility. To deposit contribution as per central rules net banking transaction is must & those who fail to deposit the contribution amount prior to deadline of 15th will be financially penalized without their fault. This is inhumane and unjust. Members appealed to the government to not to enforce any law in newly created UT by using hit & trial method. They unanimously demanded to organize worthwhile awareness camps to quell present hue & cry. They also urged to the authorities to maintain statuesque till uninterrupted net connectivity is not established. The members who accompanied the delegation included Vineet Gupta, Siddheshwar Sadotra, , Thomas Ooman ,Ankush Verma, Siddharth Magotra,Renu Sharma, Shakti Sharma , Rakesh Gupta,Parshant Salaria, Manoj Sharma.
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