Tarigami for fresh negotiations
Jammu, Dec 15: The state secretary of CPI (M) M Y Tarigami on Saturday advised the government and the employees to hold negotiations afresh.
"I urge the state government to address the long pending genuine demands of its employees. Negotiations alone could resolve the issues between the government and employees.
Shrugging off from responsibilities by either sides is against the public interests," CPI(M) state secretary M Y Tarigami said in a statement.
He said that the government had on March 5, 2012 assured the Legislative Assembly that Rs 3000 would be paid to ReTs w-e-f April 2012. “However, the authorities in the state have taken the august House for a ride”, he rued.
He said the Government must shun the confrontational attitude and be responsive to the genuine concerns of its employees and fulfill their demands.
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