STATE TIMES NEWSUDHAMPUR: PHE Employees have urged Lieutenant Governor G C Murmu to personally intervene for resolving their land pending demands. Addressing a press conference, Som Nath Senior Trade Union Leader Jammu Province disclosed that during the financial year 2014-15 only two months wages had released in favour of the workers i.e. November & December 2014, during the financial year 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18 no wages had been released, during 2018-19 the wages for the month of December was released only, during 2019-20 only 02 months wages released and wages for the month of January & February were not released total 54 months wages of the workers still pending. Som Nath appealed to the UT Government to release pending wages of the workers immediately so that workers perform their duties with full dedications. The various long pending demands highlighted were regularization of CP/ITI/Land Cases Workers, requirement policy, conduct of DPC, etc Som Nath appealed to the Lt. Governor to intervene in the matter for early solve the genuine demands of the workers so that employees are not compel to go on Kam Choro Hartal. Vijay Sharma, Suraj Parkash, Dinesh Kesar, Rajinder Kumar, Amit Kumar were also present.
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