Make July 18 protest successful: JCC to employees
Srinagar, July 15: Joint Consultative Committee (JCC) has appealed to the employees to maintain unity in their ranks and make successful its proposed protest programme on July 18, to press for the fulfillment of their demands including payment of pay commission arrears, raising retirement age and regularization of the services of all the adhoc and consolidated employees and daily-wagers.
The JCC leaders, at a meeting, finalized the proposed protest programme being held in front of civil secretariat here on July 18, a statement said. The leaders also worked out a strategy to deal with any situation on war footing, it added.
They warned the government to fulfill employees’ genuine demands immediately or else they would be compelled to start a long and all-pervasive struggle, it said. They also warned the government of serious consequences if it tried to ‘sabotage the proposed protest programme by using force’.
They appealed to the volunteers of all districts to assemble on time at the ground near Khalsa High School here. They said elaborate arrangements had been made to provide food and lodging to the thousands of volunteers coming from Jammu, Ladakh, Kargil, Rajouri, Poonch and Bhaderwah districts.
The leaders have reiterated their appeal to the chief minister, Omar Abdullah to evince personal interest in resolving the employees’ demands so they (employees) could heave a sigh of relief in these days when the prices have skyrocketed.
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