Sunday, November 16, 2008

5 lakh employees of J&K announce Mass Unity Day on November 20

JCC demands 6th Pay Commission, resents service discrimination

Joint Consultative Committee (JCC) of all Gazetted and Non-Gazetted Employees of J&K State has decided to observe Mass Unity Day on November 20 by observing strike to impress upon the government to concede the genuine demands of the employees including the implementation of Sixth Pay Commission in the state. 

As per release, the JCC has held a meeting with the Governor N N Vohra who has assured them to look into their grievances on account of retirement age between different services etc and steps for implementation of 6th Pay Commission. 

The release further adds that the JCC has decided to observe complete one-day strike in all departments in all three regions of J&K State viz Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh but has decided to exempt hospitals from the proposed strike. 

The JCC has further claimed to have the support of KAS Officers Association on the issue of proposed strike.

Source : News Agency of Kashmir

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