Strike affect: Govt reviews situation
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar. Apr 10: Reviewing the situation arising due to the employees strike, the Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir Naseema Lanker expressed satisfaction over the functioning of various government institutions including Health, Power, PHE, Education, CAPD, SKIMS.
Meanwhile the Minister for PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control Taj Mohi-u-Din today said that government was keen that offices and other institutions remain functional so that people do not face inconvenience .
He asked the officers to ensure that offices remain open and they strictly follow the instructions issued by the government from time to time regarding functioning of various offices and departments.
The District Development Commissioner, Kupwara Showket Ahmed Mir along with SSP Kupwara today made surprise inspections of various government offices of the district.
During the surprise visit all the essential services such as hospitals, PHE and Electricity were found functioning satisfactory. However, attendance registers of different offices have been seized for initiating strict disciplinary action with regard to the absentees found in these offices.
Education Minister Peerzada Muhammad. Syed also conducted surprise check of schools including Girls Hr. Sec. School, Kothibagh and S.P. Hr. Sec. School.
Meanwhile the Divisional Commissioner, Jammu, Dr Pawan Kotwal said that maximum of the employees came to the office only to mark their attendance but didn’t work. He said stern disciplinary action would be initiated against such employees which would be either suspension or even termination.
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