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‘Is Jammu region likely to plunge into darkness again from Feb 5?’
Power employees give ultimatum of 15 days to Govt for resolution of their demands
1/21/2022 11:20:29 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Jan 21: Power Employees are again up in arms against the government accusing the later of not honouring the agreement regarding resolution of their long pending demands which was done with the administration during their agitation. The employees’ body has given ultimatum of 15 days to the Government that if process regarding their demands was not started soon then they have kept their option open of protest again.
It is pertinent to mention that huge power crisis was witnessed in several parts of Jammu region during agitation in the month of December 2021. General Secretary Jammu and Kashmir Power Employees and Engineering Coordination Committee strongly resented the fact that all the files pertaining to placements/regularization / transfers of employees of Power Development Department are getting stuck in the General Administration Department (GAD) and the office of the Chief Secretary.
“Certain objections/ remarks are being raked up on the proposals which are beyond comprehension and completely undermine the wisdom of the administrative department. The proposals duly vetted by the administrative department are entangled in various objections due to biased approach in the GAD towards Power Development department. The same is reflected in all the cases as placements/ regularization/ transfers pertaining to the other sister engineering departments sail through very expeditiously vis a vis the Power Development Department where placements on hundreds of vacant posts from AE to SE have been turned down on one pretext or other after weeks of shuffling in e- office within GAD and office of Chief secretary,” he said.
He alleged that it is astonishing that AEEs who had been promoted in Jan 2021 have not been adjusted against hundreds of vacant posts till date. The regularization orders of the PDL/TDL, Executive/Ministerial staff whose DPCs stand already cleared in terms of SRO-381 OF 1981 read with SO-109 dated 20/03/2021 which as per clause 6(3) stipulates "Entry level posts shall be utilized for the regularization of the PDL/TDL employees of the department" and opening up of the NIC portal for registering the left out need based workers on the portal for the purpose of drawl of salary as assured in agreement has not been proceeded upon and they are facing extreme hardships to make both ends meet.
“We have decided to give a 15 days' notice to the Government to issue the Regularization/ of the DPC cleared PDL/TDL and Placement/Promotion/adjustment orders of Engineering/Executive/ Ministerial staff respectively whose proposals stand already submitted by the administrative department for the approvals of competent authorities,” Tickoo said further adding that organisation will review on 5th Feb the progress if any made during these fifteen days and accordingly shall announce the date of the agitational programme.
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