EJAC delegation calls on ministers


Srinagar, Feb 4: A delegation headed by president Employees Joint Action Committee (EJAC), Abdul Qayoom Wani called on the Minister of PHE, Flood and Irrigation control, Sham Lal Sharma regarding the pending issues of employees working in PHE, F&IC department, a spokesman of EJAC said in a statement.
He said the delegation discussed various issues pertaining  to regularization of daily wagers , transfer of employees and other issues of the employees of working in the PHE department with the minister.
The delegation also called on Deputy Chief Minister and Minister of School Education Tara Chand and apprised him of the various problems faced by the teachers especially SSA teachers who are without salary from past many months.
“While discussing the problems with the Deputy CM the delegation came to know that the delay in the salary of SSA teachers has been caused due to delay in providing utilization certificates of some districts by the Chief Education Officers which include CEO Budgam, Bandipora, Leh, Kathua, Jammu, Kishtwar and Samba, and Department of Education has got nothing to do with it.
The delegation was informed that the funds were blocked by the Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD) as the utilization certificate of an amount of Rs 6060 Crores for the Financial year 2012-13 has not been submitted till date by the CEO’s,” the spokesman said.
He said the pending issues of ReT’s EV’s and migrant substitutes were are discussed in the meeting . During the meeting the Minister of School education gave a patient hearing and told the delegation that these issues will be taken seriously and the concerned officers were directed to work on fast track basis for the upliftment of education standard in the state.
The delegation headed by Abdul Qayoom Wani also met the minister for Urban Local bodies , Nawang Rigzin Jora regarding the pending issues of the employees working in the Municipal Committees and counsels. Jora, gave a patient heating to the delegation regarding the pending issues of employees of ULB and told that they will soon come to Srinagar also to look into the issues and problem and will do their best to stream line it and sort out all the issues.
Beside Abdul Qayoom Wani the other members in delegation were Manzoor Ahmad Pampori (Vice president EJAC), Pir Nisar Ahmad (Press Sec EJAC), Sajad Ahmad Parray (Joint Sec EJAC), Mir Fayaz (Distt President Kupwara) and Muhammad Yaqoob.

Lastupdate on : Mon, 4 Feb 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 4 Feb 2013 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Tue, 5 Feb 2013 00:00:00 IST

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