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JCC looking ahead to settle all issues by Sept 30
KT NEWS SERVICE
JAMMU, July 11: Government Employees Joint Consultative Committee (JCC) today expressed their satisfaction over the agreement reviewed in a meeting between the High Power Group of Government and JCC leaders on July 8 of this year at Civil Secretariat Srinagar in favour of the demands of the employees.

JCC leaders Kulwant Singh and Amrik Singh while addressing a joint press conference said that during the meeting, several decisions and discussion were made in favour of the employees like increase in retirement from 58 to 60 years, regularization of Casual/Temporary labourers engaged, redressal of pay anomalies of clerical cadre and pre-revised scale of Rs 6500-10500 and issue relating to employees of public sector i.e., arrears on account of 6th Pay Commission.

JCC further hailed the agreement and demanded the government to settle these issues by September 30 this year so that the employees don’t have to adopt the agitational path. The leaders also hailed the decision of JCC senior leader Mohammad Khurshid Alam regarding his voluntary retirement, which has drastically turned the tables in favor of the employees compelling the government to review the agreement.

Meanwhile, the leaders thanked the employees for their support by observing protest demonstrations and ‘dharnas’ on the call of JCC from time to time and also thanked the social and political organizations for their moral support to them.

Those who were present on the occasion included Joginder Singh, Shahid Hussain, Darshan Sharma, Raju Kumar, Rohit George, Ranjit Singh, Gopal Singh and others.


News Updated at : Thursday, July 12, 2012
 
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