SRINAGAR The Advisor to Governor B B Vyas on Monday directed for speedy and result oriented resolution of the grievances being faced by the people maintaining that these should be redressed on priority within the shortest possible time.
The Advisor was interacting with officers and deputations during the grievance redressal camp at JK Governors Grievance Cell.
46 delegations and 51 individuals apprised the Advisor with their grievances and sought the intervention of the Advisor in ensuring redressal of them in a time bound manner. Khonmoh Industrial Association demanded power amnesty, implementation of SRO-63 restructuring of bank loans, marketing assistance and skill development initiatives.
A deputation of Kashmir chapter of KCCI projected several issues related to the development of industrial scenario and called for undertaking necessary measures for catalyzing the same. Budgam ring-road landowners demanded for increasing the quantum of compensation being provided to them.
The employees of PDD called for formulation of their recruitment rules so that their stagnation is addressed.
Senior Citizens Pensioners Association led by Sampath Prakash raised several demands including payment of 7th Pay Commission arrears in two installments instead of three, grant of additional pension of 20% at 75 years-of-age instead of 80 years, enhancement of medical allowance from Rs 300 to 1000, grant of free medical scheme as announced by the government.
A deputation of Agro industries VRS employees demanded for release of pending 6th Pay arrears.
Jammu Kashmir Pashmina Karigar Union called for strict implementation of Handloom Protection Act, complete ban on spinning and manufacture of Pashmina on power looms.
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