EJAC (A) backs JCC prog
Srinagar, Jan 29: Expressing resentment over the government’s ‘apathy’ to fulfill the employees’ demands, the Employees’ Joint Action Committee (A) senior vice-president, Bashir Ahmad Ganai on Friday announced full support to the JCC programme.
Ganai was addressing a meeting of EJAC here on Friday. He alleged that the government was every now and then backing out of its promises and compelling the employees to take recourse to agitation to press for the fulfillment of their demands.
Terming as ‘misleading’ the statement of Finance minister, Abdul Rahim Rather regarding employees, Ganai appealed to the chief minister, Omar Abdullah to take settle employees’ case.
The members also accused the government of pursuing dilly-dallying policy in fulfilling the employees’ demands. They resolved to implement successfully the JCC’s every programme in letter and spirit. They further resolved to make successful the JCC’s token protest dharna in front of civil secretariat, Jammu.
The EJAC is holding a meeting at Jammu on January 30, to make result oriented the JCC’s programme on February 1.
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