EJAC (K) thanks employees
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Mar 10: Jammu and Kashmir Employees’ Joint Action Committee (K) president and senior JCC leader Muhammad Khursheed Alam has thanked the government and public sector employees for observing strike and making it “successful on first two days” thereby adding a new chapter to the history of state trade union movement.
Alam was speaking at a meeting of JCC leaders held at Jammu to review the impact of strike call. He reiterated the pledge to continue struggle till the complete realization of the objective. He asked the government to the state government to exhibit positive approach and resolve all the genuine demands of employees without further delay.
The meeting was among others attended by Muntazir Mohi-ud-Din, Ghulam Muhammad Hamdard, S Jaswant Singh, S Popinder Singh, Girdhari Lal Chanda, Suresh Sharma, Danesh Khajuria, Kulwant Singh and Shahid Hussain. They expressed satisfaction of over the response of JCC strike call.
Khursheed Alam, according to EJAC (A) statement, is arriving here on Thursday. “A joint future programme will be worked out and finalized in consultation with the EJAC (Q) chairman and JCC senior leader Abdul Qayoom Wani and other leaders,” said the spokesman of the EJAC (K).
Meanwhile, EJAC (K), at a meeting held here today with its senior vice-president Bashir Ahmad Ganai in chair, expressed satisfaction over, what it claimed, 100% successful strike.
The meeting assured the employees’ leaders, Muhammad Khursheed Alam and Abdul Qayoom Wani, that the strike on another three days would also be made successful.
In a statement today, the EJAC spokesman claimed that employees held protest demonstrations at all district headquarters.
The meeting was among others attended by Fayaz Andrabi, G M Dhobi, Zulqarneen Bhat, P A Dar, A M Parray, M S Shalla, Jalal-ud-Din, M A Bhat, F A Rather, I A Khan, S A Shah, Sheikh Aqeel, A R Mir, Afora Irshad, G M Pandit, M A Manan, A A Hakeem, N A Bhat, A R Bhat and A S Chopan.
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