JKEEU hails ex-gratia relief announcement
Srinagar, Nov 29: Jammu and Kashmir Electrical Employees Union has hailed state government’s announcement regarding ex-gratia relief.
In a statement, JKEEU said they had met Chief Minister Omar Abdullah in 2009 regarding their demands of ex-gratia relief, risk allowance, creation of posts, regularization of daily wagers, and implementation of SRO-149.
They said president of the Union Abdul Salam Rajpori and general secretary Manzoor Ahmad Bhat appreciated the cabinet decision for sanctioning ex-gratia relief.
Meanwhile, the Union has demanded extension in favour of Basharat Ahmad Dar, terming him as capable, honest and dedicated.
“He had done some administrative reforms in power sector of Jammu and Kashmir of and has contributed a lot in tackling the power crisis,” they added.
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