Early Times Report
Jammu, Mar 6: EJAC (R) warned the government not to test the strength of the employees which has shown by the employees a number of times to achieve their justified demands through dialogue and negotiations and strongly criticized the government who is backing out its commitment on the already agreed demands as the sufficient times was given to the government to concede the demands stated Babu Hussain Malik President of the organisation.
He further said that the Press Conference was held to protest against the non serious and dilly delaying tactics of the government by not implementing its commitments, assurances and left out the agreement on already agreed demands which were made with the employees representatives from time to time on 19-02-2009, 14-05-2010 and on 15th September, 2011 but the government has miserably failed to honour its commitments in letter and spirit compelled the permanent employees and all type of daily wagers to come on streets.
The government has done nothing to formulate the policy for regularization of casual, seasonal and daily rated workers engaged in various departments in the union territory of j&K for decades. EJAC (R) demands a comprehensive policy for regularization of these daily rates, seasonal, contractual and casual labourers as per different guidelines issued by the Union government. A combined decision made by the previous coalition govt. drafted out a new .regularization policy under SRO-520 which has been rejected by the EJAC and daily wagers as it is against the interests of employees. However EJAC (R) demands revival and amendment of SRO-64 of 1994 and adopt the same guidelines for regularization said cadre.
senior trade union leaders Yashpaul Sharma, Satish Kumar Dutta, Munish Sharma, Arun Sharma, Naresh Sharma, Naresh Kumar, Vikas Chander, Vinod Tak, Neeraj Sharma, Sham Singh Chib, Meenakshi Sharma: Kamla Sharma7.Mckhd Arif, Mohd Sadiq, S.R. Rathore, Vikas Sharma, Sushil Sharma, Ashok Singh, Sameer Mughal, Bilal Ahmad, Abdul Rashid Hafiz and others were also present.