Regularize ReZs: Tarigami to Govt
Srinagar, June 20: The state secretary of CPI (M) and MLA Kulgam M Y Tarigami has urged the government to concede to the legitimate demands of the Agriculture technocrats having been engaged as Rehber-e-Ziraat in the state.
He said that their services should be regularized only after 5-years on the pattern of Rehberi-Taleem instead of 7- years as reportedly proposed.
Tarigami said that making seven years of contractual service of Rehberi-Zirat as mandatory for their regularization would have adverse implications on their service career, as most of the Rehberi-Zirat have been engaged around the upper age limit meant for government services.
He demanded for creation of posts in the Agriculture Department equal to the number of Rehberi-Zirat working in the state and take immediate steps for their timely absorption against the posts on the dates they complete 5 years of service.
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