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DDOs' laziness deprives teachers of 1-month poll duty salary
5/16/2019 11:53:08 PM

Early Times Report
Jammu, May 16: Despite General Administration Department (GAD) sending repeated communique to all heads of departments to settle all the pending claims of the employees who were deployed for Municipal and Panchayat Election-2018, the laziness on part of Drawing and Disbursing Officers (DDOs) has deprived hundreds of teachers of their one-month additional salary.
Sources informed Early Times that vide circular No. 22-GAD of 2019, dated 16-14-2019 wherein giving reference to government order No:1789 of 2018, dated 20-12-2018, all the DDOs were directed to draw one month salary/wages/remuneration in respect of employees, borne on the establishment of their office only after obtaining a certificate to be issued by the concerned authority to the effect that they performed election related duty in Panchayat and Municipal election 2018.
"Now the GAD once again directed to all the concerned to ensure that all the instruction issued in the aforesaid order are implemented in letter and spirit and settled all the claims by 25/04/2019", the order reads.
But ironically, the DDOs of Education department have failed to implement the order in letter and spirit as the DDOs furnished the detail before the District Election Office Kathua, have various corrections as some of the teachers' bank account numbers and their name are not correct and in this regard the District Election Officer once again asked the Education department to correct this before the 17-/05/2019. If they failed to produce on time, thereafter no claims would be considered.
A teacher wishing anonymity said that from the month of December 2018 "we have produced repeatedly relevant documents, even election authority certificate and other details like bank account details before the DDOs but every time the DDOs give us only assurance to release the salary soon. Nothing have done so far."
It is pertinent to mention here that the State Administration Council (SAC) gave nod to release one month salary to employees who were deployed for local bodies' election in the state.
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