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Govt bans engagement of DRWs
KT NEWS SERVICE
JAMMU, Mar 26: State government today ordered discontinuation of persons engaged in violation of "the Jammu and Kashmir Civil Services (Special Provisions Act), 2010" and SRO-64.

According to a circular No : 09-GAD of 2013, dated 26.03.2013, barring PSUs, Personal Sections of the ministers, all engagements on contractual, consolidated and adhoc basis have been banned under this Act.

The order said that a blanket ban was also imposed on the engagement of Daily Rated Workers (DRWs), while devising a policy for the regularization of Daily Rated Workers, vide SRO 64 of 1994, dated 24.03.1994.

However, Agriculture Production Department, Public Works (R&B) Department,

PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control Department and Power Development Department

permitted to engage casual/need based workers, vide Government Order No.239-F of 2005, dated 29.11.2005:

While collecting details from various Departments for replying to certain questions, raised in the State Legislature, General Administration Department (GAD ) said that it has been noticed that engagements have been made by some Departments in violation of the above mentioned Jammu & Kashmir Special Provisions Act, SRO-64 and the said Government Order. This has been viewed seriously by the State Legislature and the government.

Accordingly, all the Administrative Secretaries are directed to discontinue forthwith all the persons, engaged in violation of the 'Special Provisions Act and SRO-64. Copies of the disengagement orders shall be forwarded to the GAD within a fortnight.

However, the officers responsible for making these illegal appointments, engagements should be charge-sheeted. The letter of charge-sheets officers may be forwarded to the GAD within thirty days.

The engagements made in accordance with government order No.239-F of 2005, dated 29.11.2005, may be revisited by the concerned Departments and kept at the bare minimum requirement and shall also be intimated to the GAD.


News Updated at : Wednesday, March 27, 2013
 
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