No talks with employees: Government
Will Discuss Official Panel Report After Durbar Opens: Sagar
Srinagar, May 4: A day after employees leaders vowed to go ahead with the proposed secretariat gherao next week, the state government while declining to hold any fresh parleys with JCC leaders, has asked them to approach the Chief Secretary and Commissioner Secretary, General Administration Department (GAD) to sort out the issues ‘if any’.
The employees Joint Consultative Committee (JCC) has threatened secretariat gherao here on May 8 and 9.
“They have good relations with the officers and they can meet Chief Secretary and Commissioner Secretary GAD any time they want,” Law and Parliamentary Affairs Minster Ali Muhammad Sagar who is also a member of the cabinet sub-committee on employees demands told KNS on Friday.
Sagar said the government has no plans to invite the employees’ leaders for talks. “Employees have got very mature leadership and they must realize that nothing will be achieved by gheraos and strikes. Such tactics would only add to the worries of the common man,” he said.
Asking JCC (Joint Consultative Committee) leaders to avoid agitational ‘tactics’, Sagar said, “Omar government is committed to solve the problems of employees and we have done what others couldn’t do.”
The Minister said that the report on enhancement of the retirement age of employees ‘if submitted’ by the Chief Secretary will be taken up for discussion after Durbar opens in the Summer capital on Monday.
He hoped that the employees will help government in maintaining the law and order and won’t allow the situation to turn murky. “I appeal them (employees) not to take the extreme step and cooperate with the government,” Sagar added. KNS
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