Regularize adhoc, contractual employees: Tarigami to Govt
Srinagar, Dec 19: The CPI (M) State Secretary M Y Tarigami on Sunday flayed the government for delaying implementation of its own decision of regularizing the services of adhoc and contractual employees.
“These employees have been facing worst kind of injustice due to dithering attitude and vacillating approach of the government over the crucial issue,” Tarigami said in a statement here.
He said the decision to regularize these employees having completed seven years’ service and above, had been taken by the State cabinet last year following which legislation was enacted despite that the contractual and adhoc employees have not been confirmed yet, he rued urging the government to act fast on the matter.
Maintaining that non implementation of the decision can dent the credibility of the government; he said nobody will be allowed to play with the future of thousands of the youth in Jammu and Kashmir.
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