Employees Joint Action Committee (EJAC), at a meeting held in Jammu today with its president Abdul Qayoom Wani in chair, appealed to the state government to incorporate the seventh pay commission in the upcoming budget.
The meeting also appealed to the government for revocation of the termination order of employees. "The government should revoke the termination order of innocent employees, who have been deprived to plead their just cause before the authorities and have been victimized without giving them chance to be heard," a spokesman of the EJAC, in a statement today, quoted Qayoom Wani as saying while addressing the meeting
Wani said, "If the government failed to regularize the services of daily wagers, revoke the termination order of innocent employees , incorporate the seventh pay commission in coming budget, release interim relief in favour of the state employees and public sector units , then the employees will have no option but to hit the streets once again."
"The school education department is unnecessarily teasing RET Teachers in the name of so- called exam drama," Wani said, terming it highly condemnable. He asked RETs not to accept any 'exam drama' as they did in the past.
Wani said, "The authorities of education department should work out the strategy to regularize the salary of teachers working under SSA instead of conducting so-called exam of ReT teachers. Teachers working under RMSA and NPS schemes are without salaries for last six months which has put them in mental trauma."
"EJAC will fully support the protest programme of RET teachers forum scheduled on December 15 at Press Club, Jammu, under the leadership of Vinod Sharma against exam drama by authorities of education department," Wani said.