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All J&K clerical staff demands removal of pay anomalies
9/20/2010 11:22:24 PM
JAMMU, Sept 20: The all Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh clerical staff association have expressed great resentment delay in issuance of orders regarding removal of pay anomalies of clerical leaders by the government, already agreed by the pay anomaly committee in meeting held on June, 15, 2010.
While addressing Ravi Singh Bhua President, Jammu Kashmir Ladakh all Department Clerical Staff Association condemned the attitude of the state government for not issuing the order removal of pay anomalies of 5th pay Commission and to grant the pay scale of 4000-6000 to Jr. Assistants, 4500-7000 to Sr.Assistants /Steno Typists and 5500-9000 to Head Assistants/ Jr.Stenographes w.i.f January 1st, 1996.
While speaking in the meeting the participants said that the State government has already agreed the demand in the meeting held at Srinagar with the representative of Jammu, Kashmir Ladakh All Department Clerical Association led by Ravi Singh Bhau with the Pay Anomaly Committee Members i.e Principal Secretary Finance, Principal Secretary, GAD, Principal Secretary Law Deptt, Principal Secretary ART/Training Director codes and assured that the order for removal of Pay Anomaly of Clerical cadre will be issued shortly.
They added that three months time has since been lapsed and the government has adopted the deli delaying tactics and maintaining the criminal silence on the just and genuine demands.
The members also said the till date the Chief Minister has not set the road map on other just and genuine demands of employees including the Release of Arrear of 6th pay commission in favour of State government and Public Sector.
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