JU non-teaching employees protest highlighting demands

JU non-teaching employees holding protest on Wednesday.
JU non-teaching employees holding protest on Wednesday.

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Dec 14:  Agitated over alleged callous approach of Jammu University authorities towards their long pending demands and issues, the JU non-teaching employees today observed a two-hour token strike and held a strong protest on the campus.
Amidst raising of slogans in support of their demands, the protesting non-teaching employees staged a demonstration in front of the Vice-Chancellor’s Secretariat and then also took out a march on the campus. Call for the token protest was given by the executive body of the JU Non-Teaching Employees Union. The token protests will continue till December 20, as per circular issued by the JUNTEU.
The protesting employees were demanding creation of Posts, fully computerization of Administration and Accounts sections, re-designation of technical and isolated categories, removal of pay anomalies etc.
The protest was addressed by Pawan Singh (president), Sham Sharma (general secretary) and Vikas Langer (organizing secretary). They appealed the Vice-Chancellor to consider the genuine demands of the employees, for which sufficient time has already been given to the university.
The speakers particularly drew attention the negative attitude and approach of the authorities towards genuine issues of non-teaching fraternity and the facilities provided to them.

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