STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Volunteer Retired Employees Association of Jammu & Kashmir Road Transport Corporation (JKSRTC) has suspended its protest till December 31 on the assurance given by the Advisor to Lt Governor. Talking to reporters here, President of the Association, Dev Raj Bali informed that a deputation of VRS employees under his leadership met Advisor to Lt. Governor and discussed their long pending demands. He said the Advisor has assured that their demands will be put before Lt. Governor UT Jammu very soon. “We are confident that this time our demands will be addressed as we have already suffered a lot in the hands of erstwhile governments and we suspended our demonstration upto December 31, 2019,” Bali said. He expressed hope that Lt Governor G.C Murmu will accede to demands of JKSRTC workers who retired under Voluntary Retired Scheme (VRS) within one month. The VRS employees were demanding COLA arrears from 1999, 6th Pay Commission from January 1, 2006, implementation of Corporation benefits and DA arrear from October, 2010. Surinder Singh, Prem Nath, Shiv Kumar, Dhayan Singh, D.N Sharma and Suraj Singh were also present.
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