EJAC (Q) GEARS UP FOR SECRETARIAT GHERAO
Srinagar, May 6: Accusing the State Government of backtracking from its agreement with employees, the Joint Consultative Committee (JCC) has vowed to carry on with its proposed agitation programme on May 8 and 9 in Srinagar on the eve of opening of Durbar in the summer capital here.
“We have been betrayed and deceived by the Government and we are left with no option other than to take to streets,” senior leader JCC and EJAC (Q), Abdul Qayoom said in a statement.
“Despite submission of report by the Chief Secretary to the cabinet sub- committee, the Government has still maintained silence. We can’t wait anymore. People at helm of the Government must realize that they are not living up to their promise,” he said.
He said the JCC will go ahead with its proposed agitation of May 8 and 9 in Srinagar.
“There would be Secretariat gherao on May 9 to highlight our demands.”
“Government will see the strength of employees during this agitation. We have finalized all the arrangements for the agitation,” the statement said.
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