SDA employees thank Dy CM

Greater Kashmir
Publish Date: Nov 11 2012 12:00PM
Srinagar, Nov 10: SDA Employees Union has thanked Deputy Chief Minister, Tara Chand, in charge Housing and Urban Development Department, for issuance of orders for release of 6th Pay Commission arrears in favor of SDA employees.
 A general body meeting of SDA Employees Union held under the chairmanship of Zahoor Ahmad Farooqi, in which the migrant employees also participated, expressed gratitude to Deputy Chief Minister (Chairman SDA) for ordering the release of arrears.
 The meeting expressed hope that the Deputy Chief Minister would continue to “evince keen interest towards the welfare of SDA in general and development of Srinagar City in particular.”

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