Srinagar: A high level meeting of Employees Joint Action Committee was held at Jammu under the chairmanship Ab Qayoom Wani. In the meeting all the leaders discussed the problems faced by the employees working under different centrally sponsored schemes on contractual basis. In the meeting Wani said that thousands of qualified youth with professional and technical degrees are working in different centrally sponsored schemes like NHM, NRHM, SSA, RMSA, MGNREGA, SBM, Anganwari Workers and other schemes on contractual basis having no job security.
Wani said that these professionally trained employees protested repeatedly for their regularization and job security besides for regulating their salaries, but unfortunately the govt. is paying deaf ear towards their genuine demands.
In the meeting Wani criticized the role of authorities at the helm of affairs for not taking the issue of these poor employees seriously and non-seriousness of govt. has put all these employees in mental trauma.
Wani demanded that govt. should frame a clear cut policy for their regularization along with a concrete policy for regulating their services otherwise Employees Joint Action Committee will directly support these employees for getting their demands fulfilled of job security and regulating services at an earliest.
Wani warned the authorities at the helm of affairs that EJAC will never leave these employees alone we will go for any extent for protecting their rights, dignity and honour without cast, creed, colour and cadre.
The meeting was attended by Amrik Singh, Ganesh Khajuria, N.S Jamwal, Jagdesh Sharma, Paramjeet Singh, Pir Nisar Ahmad, Krishan Singh, Vinod Sharma, G.M. Bugami, Bashir Ahmed Thokar, Jamayat Ali Aga, Surat Singh Tofani, Rajinder Gupta, Darshan Kumar, Feroz Ahmad, Dildar Singh, Dr. Surinder Radotra, Mohd. Shafi Rather, Kuldeep Ji, Khalid Bashir, Sher Mohd, Muzaffar Ahmed, Dar Vijay Kumar, Anil Pandita, Gh. Nabi Sofi and others.
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