STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: All J&K Contingent Paid Workers on Monday staged protest against the government for not showing its serious concern towards their demands. Led by Ganesh Khajuria, Chairman JKTF, the workers assembled in the premises of Director School Education, Jammu and raised slogans in support of their demands. The protesting workers urged the government to do justice with them by implementing Minimum Wages Act in the J&K Union Territory. The workers said that they have been working in the Education Department since 1995. They said that had donated their prime land for schools so that the students may not suffer for want of land. Khajuria appealed to the Lieutenant Governor G.C Murmu to provide justice to these aggrieved and poor employees of School Education Department who are serving in the schools for the last three decades on a very meager honorarium of Rs 20 to 100 annually out of the State Contingency Fund.
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