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Daily wagers' regularization: Final decision on Apr 12
All cabinet ministers asked to be present
4/4/2018 11:21:46 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Apr 4: More than 60 thousand daily wagers and adhoc workers in the state are about to receive a sigh of relief as the state cabinet is meeting on April 12. There are chances that the government would accord a formal go ahead for the regularization.
Sources privy to the development told Early Times that the cabinet meeting is scheduled to take place at Chief Minister's secretariat wherein the regularization of the daily wagers would top the agenda.
Apart from giving an approved roadmap, the cabinet will also consider whether the daily wagers would be regularized in a phased manner or in one go.
"There are chances that the daily wagers and other adhoc employees would get regularized in a phased manner with land donors being given the very first and the foremost preference. Furthermore, the ITI trained adhoc workers will be followed after the land donors and then will come the rest in the list," sources said.
It was informed further that the issuance of the formal orders will be issued within the period of 20-25 days; however, the cabinet will accord the sanction for the same on April 12.
According to sources, all the cabinet ministers of the present coalition have been asked to attend the meet.
There are reports that the finance department has already omitted out the irregularities in the final list and further the scrutiny is ongoing.
Earlier, the number of the daily rated workers engaged mainly in PHE, Irrigation, Flood Control and R&B was estimated to be 60 thousand. After the alleged tampering of the records done by some senior officials of these departments, the number of the daily rated workers has spiked to 96 thousand.
Witnessing such a high end corruption, the government to had put the regularisation of the daily rated employees on hold due to which the deserving ones were left in lurch at large. "This time again, the mess has to be cleared first. The finance department has taken serious and very positive measures about it and it will ensure that no undeserving person gets into the list," sources had divulged earlier to Early Times.
It was informed further that the Finance Minister had earlier called an emergency meeting in the civil secretariat wherein the officials were slammed over creating chaos in the entire process.
Quoting the Finance Minister, sources privy to the development divulged that it looks like that the palms of the officials were greased enmasse that had led to the addition of 30 thousand persons in the list of the daily rated employees.
"This has been reported a year ago and the finance department is rigorously making all efforts to get the odd men out of the list and scrutinize it thoroughly one again before the final road map is implemented on ground with a hope that same could help the aggrieved adhoc employees who have been working hard to earn livelihood and have been striving for their regularisation," says an official privy to the development.
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