Slathia for improving work culture in PSUs
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Apr 12: Maintaining that government was committed to provide adequate safeguards to the employees and workers of Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs), Minister for Industries and Commerce, S S Slathia today called for improvement in the work culture to serve the people as per their expectations.
Speaking at a simple function organized by the employees and workers of the Jammu and Kashmir Minerals Limited at Udhog Bhawan Jammu today “to extend gratitude to the minister for extending benefits of the 6th Pay Commission and solving other long pending demands in their favour”, the minister said employees and workers of PSUs are vital parts of the administrative machinery.
He said while government has conceded to the demands of the Coal Workers and employees despite financial constraints, it was their paramount duty to watch the interests of the state and its people.
Slathia asked the management of the corporation to work with added dedication and zeal to improve the performance of the corporation with regard to production and sales of different minerals, an official statement said.
He said despite many odds, main demands of the coal mine workers and employees regarding the break in service, extending benefits of 6th Pay Commission recommendations and compassionate appointments under SRO-94, were met.
Slathia directed the management to develop modern infrastructure at mine sites to facilitate better production of minerals adding that working conditions for the employees and coal mine workers shall be improved to the best possible extent.
He also directed for providing modern machinery for minerals extraction, adding that a Rs 35 lakh Diesel Generator set would be installed at Kalakote mine shortly.
He said Government is keen to address the grievances of the employees, adding that outstanding retiral benefits of the employees of JKML from 1999 to 2006 have been cleared.
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