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Employees’ body seeks implementation of 7th pay commission

Employees Joint Action Committee president Abdul Qayoom Wani Sunday urged the Government for immediate implementation of 7th Pay Commission and resolve the issue of pay anomalies.

In a statement issued here, Wani assured the public sector employees that implementation of 7th Pay Commission without PSU’s will never be acceptable to the EJAC which is representative body of employees of the State.

“We have approached the finance Minister Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari and he has assured us that there will be no injustice with the public sector employees,” Wani said.

He said government will provide justice to the poor employees working in public sector corporations. Wani urged upon the Chief Minister Mehbooba, Finance Minister and Chief Secretary for their personal intervention in getting the 7th pay commission implemented simultaneously on Government, public sector employees.

Wani urged upon the government to speed up the process of regularisation of temporary employees and include contingent paid employees and other categories of other temporary employees in SRO 520.  “We appeal to the government for removal of pending pay anomalies especially clerical cadre, masters’ grade, employees of electric department, Forest department, Fisheries department,” Wani said.  He assured the public sector Employees that EJAC has always fought vigorously for rehabilitation of Public sector and its employees and never let them feel that they are alone.

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