KGC employees continue strike

Excelsior Sports Correspondent
SRINAGAR, May 18: The employees of Kashmir Golf Club (KGC) who are on strike since April 16 today demanded revision of pay scale and also gratuity to the deceased employees of the Club.
In a statement, the employees of KGC said that despite the assurances by Minister of State for Tourism, Nasir Aslam Wani and former Director Tourism, Kashmir, Farooq Shah their demands have not been met by the management of KGC. The employees said that MoS Tourism told them that Rs. 10 lakhs have been earmarked with respect to their demands adding that no action has been taken so far.
“We request Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah along with his Cabinet colleagues and top administrative officials to intervene in the matter so that our problems are solved. There are 30 regular employees and four consolidated employees in KGC and our fate hangs in balance,” said the employees.

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