Secretariat shut in advance
Visitors Return Disheartened
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Apr 26: Even as two days are left for half yearly move of Durbar to the summer capital Srinagar, it was a disappointing day for the visitors who had come to civil secretariat here to make last ditch efforts to get their files through.
Waiting in long queue since early morning, the day long toil of these visitors, including women, turned out to be an effort in vain when they found most of the offices busy in packing with no work going on. It was not just for today that the visitors met with such a fate, but for the last one week the employees at the government’s highest seat are dashing the hopes of many who come to make a last ditch effort to get their work done.
“I have been coming here for the last two months to pursue my case of regularization. But every time they give me a new date. A week earlier they assured me that my case was in the last stage of approval and it would be through before Durbar move. But when I came to inquire today they (employees) told me that the work here is over and my order will be issued only after the opening of offices in Srinagar. I am very disheartened because it is very hard for me to believe that anything positive will come as there was no one to follow my case there (in Srinagar)”, said a disappointed visitor on the condition of anonymity.
“I have been pursuing the pension case of my bed-ridden husband for the last two years. I have been moving from pillar to post in the Civil Secretariat during all this time. They say that the case was to be reprocessed as it has certain lacunas. I am again going back disappointed,” said a women hailing from a far-flung area of erstwhile Doda district.
Interestingly, all these people who were allowed to enter the fortified secretariat premises after waiting till 2 pm were shocked to see that the offices which were buzzing with activity till few weeks back were deserted with only waste papers scattered around.
Lastupdate on : Thu, 26 Apr 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Thu, 26 Apr 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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