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17 years on, 172 CIC operators await regularization
1/22/2021 12:07:04 AM

JAMMU, Jan 21: The lackadaisical approach of successive governments towards regularization of various employees working in the government sector could be gauged from the fact that 172 Community Information Center (CIC) operators engaged by the government in Rural Development Department are awaiting regularization of their services since last 17 years.
As per the details available with Early Times, the dejected CIC operators in support of their demands had submitted a memorandum on behalf of 172 CIC Operators working in Rural Development Department for issuance of formal regularization orders in the office of Union Home Minister with the hope that their services will get regularized at least after waiting for 17 long years.
Speaking to Early Times, these CIC operators are hopeful for sympathetic consideration and necessary action on merits by the government, adding that they are working in the department on contractual basis since 2004 on a meager amount of Rs 10,000 per month.
"We are facing a lot of hardships to feed our families and also could not provide proper education to our children. We have been appointed on merit basis through proper recruitment procedure by District Level Committees constituted by the Government of J&K headed by Deputy Commissioners of concerned Districts in the year 2004," said Mushtaq Ahmed Mir.
He said that officials in Union Home Ministry had assured them that their genuine demands will get fulfilled, adding that the MHA officials also assured that they will forward the memorandum submitted by them to the concerned ministry.
The aggrieved CIC operators informed that they have also submitted a separate memorandum at the residence of RDD Minister Narinder Singh Tomar.
He said that in the year 2014, Jammu & Kashmir Government passed a cabinet order to formulate a proposal for the regularizations of 172 CIC Operators in the Rural Development Department J&K following which in the year 2016, Jammu & Kashmir Government through its cabinet decision created 172 Data Entry Operators for regularization of their services vide Govt. Order No. 320-RD & PR of 2016 dated 14.12.2016.
"In the year 2017, the Empowered Committee of J&K Government vide its 58th Meeting dated 22.03.2017 & 60th Meeting dated 12-10-2017 headed by Principle Secretary, Finance Department J&K cleared our cases for regularization under Special Provision Act 2010. The recommendations have also been communicated to Department of RD & PR by the Finance Department J&K for issuing regularization orders as Data Entry Operators vide O.M No. PS/DC/Misc-353/14 dated 22-05-2017, O.M. No. PS/SC/Misc-374/14 dated 24-01-2018 and O.M No.PS/DC/Misc-353/14 dated 01-06-2014," said another aspirant waiting eagerly for regularization of his services after spending precious 17 years in the department.
He said that though the file has got consent from Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Department and also got consent from Advocate General of J&K for regularization of all 172 CIC Operators, but till date no regularization order was issued to them.
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