Coalition Govt generated new hope: PDTU

Excelsior Correspondent

Office bearers of PDTU interacting with media persons at Jammu on Thursday. —Excelsior/Rakesh
Office bearers of PDTU interacting with media persons at Jammu on Thursday.
—Excelsior/Rakesh

JAMMU, Mar 12: The coalition Government in Jammu and Kashmir has generated a new hope among the people and employees in particular by bringing out a comprehensive Common Minimum Programme (CMP) which clearly aims at the development, good governance and corruption-free regime.
This was stated by Suresh Sharma, president, J&K People’s Democratic Trade Union (PDTU), a Labour Wing of PDP, during a press conference here today.
He demanded scrapping of new pension scheme, increase in age of non-teaching employees of all universities in consonance with teaching staff as per statues of the university.
Sharma also demanded release of the pending installment of 17 per cent DA and increase in medical allowance, medical claim insurance covert for all employees including PSUs and inclusion of all premier health institutions for better health care.
“Dislocation allowance for employees serving in Education Department and proper housing facility in far-flung areas schools, strict implementation of recruitment of local youths in hydropower project, different MNCs established in the State, industrial units etc and timely release of pay of SSA, RMSA teachers and masters”, he demanded.
He urged Government to immediately concede the demands as a gift to the employees for the formation of the new coalition Government in the State.
Among others present were Jasmeet Singh Madaan, district president, BN Singh, Rinku Gill, Vijay, Supinder, Moninder Sharma, Kapil Bakshi, etc.

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