STATE TIMES NEWSDODA: Former District President of National Health Mission Employees Association and Trader Union leader from Doda Faizan A Tramboo on Sunday urged Lt Governor Girish Chandra Murmu to revoke the SRO 202 from the UT of Jammu & Kashmir as it has caused serious damage to the employment seeking youth of the Union Territory. In a press statement, Tramboo said that SRO 202 acted in 2015, has not only violated the Minimum Wages Act but also the Supreme Court Judgement of equal pay for equal work and is said to be discriminatory and anti youth policy of the previous government. Tramboo further added that the educated, skilled and well qualified candidates when selected for a government job after passing through written tests and interviews conducted by recruiting agencies of JK, are paid a meagre salary of Rs. 7000 to Rs. 8000 per month after appointment. Contrary to that the co-employees who were appointed before June 30, 2015 are being paid full salary and perks. It is most unfortunate that the youth who have doctorate, post graduate and professional degrees are petted against such policies as a reward to the hard work of their academic career spanning over 20 years. Tramboo urged upon the Lt Governor to immediately revoke the anti youth SRO 202 policy to safeguard the future of educated youth.
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