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Pahri hostel students held protest for release of the pending salaries of CWs
8/19/2018 10:47:24 PM
Early Times Report
Rajouri, Aug 19: On one hand Governor's administration has directed to release the salary for the month of August before Eid festival while on the other hand officials at J&K Pahari Advisory Board (PAB) are in deep slumber and forced the casual workers (CW)s to hold protest demonstration for the salaries.
Casual workers at government boys Pahari hostel today held protest and alleged that the PAB has not released their salaries for the last more than 2 years.
More than 60 casual workers were engaged by the PAB for nine such hostels in the state who unlike other casual workers are working 24X7 hours to provide better facilities to poor students belong to Pahari speaking community.
One among the casual worker namely Mushtaq said that several protest seems to have no impact on the authorities despite the fact that we are still providing uninterrupted 24X7 hours services to the poor Pahari students without salaries for the last more than two years.
Even the students of the hostel today came in the support of the casual workers and also held protest and appealed to deputy commissioner Rajouri to intervene so that these poor workers can get their salaries and may celebrate Eid festival with their children and family members.
Other students said that many time these casual workers, who are serving us since a long time, borrow money from the students to visit their families as they don't have enough money even for the transport fare.
Pertnently, the Warden of the hostel is on long leave and the in-charge Warden has no Drawing & Disbursing powers and the Pahari hostel at Rajouri facing many problems.
When Dr Zakir , Secretary J&K State Advisory Board for Development of Pahari was contacted he said that he has been transferred and handed over charge to New Secretary.
On the other hand reliable sources said that new Secretary will take charge within in next 1-2 days.
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