Tarun Reflex

November 20, 2008

Jammu and Kashmir Govt employees to observe strike today

The state employees including senior level officers are observing strike on November 20, to press for the demand of implementation of sixth pay commission, removal of discrimination between IAS, IFS and IPS and state level services and enhancement of retirement age to 60.
The call for strike has been given by the Joint Consultative Committee (JCC)- a combination of all gazetted and non-gazetted associations/ unions of all three regions.
The Committee has exempted hospital emergency units and examinations from strike for convenience of general public and the students.The JCC has already met the Governor N N Vohra who has greed in principal that there should be uniform superanuation age limit in all the services.
The state government has already taken up the matter for implementation of 6th pay commission with the Election Commission of India and its decision lies with the Election Commission. State employees believe the Election commission will definitely clear the proposal as it is right of employees.
Extending support to the Employees’ Joint Action Committee’s strike call on November 20, to press for the demand of implementation of sixth pay commission recommendations, merger of COLA into DA, etc., the Jammu and Kashmir Project Construction Corporation Coordination Committee has appealed to the employees of this organization to observe complete strike on this day.
Supporting, what it called, the employees’ cause, the Jammu Kashmir Government Employees and Workers’ Federation (EWF) appealed to all the state employees to observe complete strike on November 20. The Federation urged the state government to implement the six pay commission recommendations and enhance the retirement age to 60 years besides resolving all other genuine demands.


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