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Govt to start surprise inspection of food served to Move employees in Srinagar
5/19/2019 11:54:24 PM
Early Times Report
Srinagar, May 19: Given the complaints that Durbar Move employees from Jammu on duty in Srinagar were allegedly not being served good quality food at some of the government accommodations in Srinagar, the Raj Bhawan has decided to opt for surprise inspections.
Sources said the decision was taken recently after the Raj Bhawan asked one of its Advisors to go look into the matter.
The Governor SP Malik is understood to have personally looked into the matter and has asked the government to ensure quality facilities to government employees putting up in government accommodations.
It was reliably learnt that some employees had complained that good quality food was not being served to them. Following a directive from the Raj Bhawan, Advisor K Vijay Kumar had visited one of the accommodations of the Move employees here and had even personally inspected the food served to them.
Sources said during the inspection the Advisor had found the food satisfactory but that in a bid to ensure quality of food to the employees that surprise inspections would continue.
Sources said some of the officials with magisterial powers vested in their chair have been put on the duty and that they would regularly be giving feedback to the government.
It is for the first time in the recent years that the government has taken complaints of move employees seriously in Kashmir.
"During the previous regimes we would only cry unheard as no one would listen to us but it's for the first time that our complaints are being taken seriously," said a delegation of Durbar Move employees from Jammu.
Given the security issues in militancy infested Kashmir, most of the employees from Jammu during Move duty, live in government accommodation in Srinagar and food is served to them mostly at such places only as they "cannot move around that freely."
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