Former SRTC employees decry management
Seek probe in Corp affairs
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, July 11: Former employees of State Road Transport Corporation have criticized the management of the Corporation for not clearing their dues.
As per a press statement, members of All Jammu and Kashmir SRTC Volunteer Retirement Employees Association met to discuss the situation arising out of the “callous approach adopted by the government and management of the Corporation towards the employees who were retired under Volunteer Retirement Scheme (VRS)”.
The members alleged that all the employees covered under VRS were assured that their dues will be cleared by March 31. “However, nothing has been done in this regard so far”, the members said adding, “It seems that the Corporation has played a fraud on 200-250 drivers who were retired under the scheme without clearing their dues”.
The Association has also sought a high level probe in the affairs of the Corporation alleging that on one side the management was forcibly retiring the employees and on other fresh appointments of the drivers have been made for some unknown reasons.
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