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LPEF flays Govt for not addressing grievances of employees

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, May 19: President of All J&K Low Paid Employees Federation (LPEF) Abdul Majid Khan has flayed the apathetic attitude of the State Government in addressing outstanding burning grievances of the employees overlooking completely the severe financial hardships being faced by the employees and pensioners on account of sky rocketing prices of almost all essentialities of life.
In a statement Majd Khan said implementation of 7th Pay Commission recommendations on Central pattern in respect of State employees and pensioners, release of two pending DA instalments from July 2016 and January 2017, enhancement in Medical Allowance to atleast Rs 1000, revision of minimum daily wage rate to Rs 350, remuneration of village guards at par with minimum wage, enhancement in honorarium of Numberdars, Anganwadi workers, helpers etc, extension of leave encashment to teachers, removal of pay anomalies of clerical cadre employees, regularization of daily wage workers, Adhoc, contractual and consolidated paid employees on completion of seven years service were some of the problems which required to be conceded on priority basis.
He said theĀ  State Government has raised Constituency Development Fund (CDF) of legislators from Rs 1.5 crore to rs 3 crore recently. Earlier it enhanced many fold their salary and perks and raised Medical Allowance to Rs 5000 as well in one go whileas on the other hand it is treating the employees’ grievances callously which was causing anger and anguish among the employees throughout the State.


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