JAMMU, Oct 1: All Jammu Based Reserve Category Employees Association Kashmir (AJBRCEAK) serving in different departments in different districts of Kashmir division protesting continuously for redressal of their genuine demand to frame and implement a suitable comprehensive transfer policy at an earliest.
The employees are pretesting at Ambedkar Chowk for last 123 days. Since the situation in the Kashmir valley is still not conducive for these employees to resume their duties in the valley.
All Jammu based reserve category employees are very hopeful that their genuine demands for transfer policy will be fulfilled very soon. As the administration is aware that Navaratras are going on but it is very unfortunate that some DDO’s in Kashmir have stopped the salary of our employees. These employees are hand to mouth earners and it is not possible for them to meet their both ends, The employees have full faith on LG administration. The employees whose salaries are withheld are very hopeful that their salaries will be credited in their accounts within few days and they will celebrate the festival of Mahanavami and Dussehra with their family.
The employees are protesting for a long time in sweltering weather in order to save their lives. On the other hand some DDO’s of different departments in Kashmir are pressurising the employees to resume their duties and threatening them for strict action if duties were not resumed.
All the Jammu based employees working in Kashmir appeal LG Administration to intervene into the matter and instruct such DDOs not to harass these employees, release their salaries and revoke such orders for duty resumption.
The employees thanked LG Administration for constituting a six-member committee under the chairmanship of Principal Secretary GAD for transfer policy. On the other hand the employees are very disappointed that the committee has not submitted its recommendations even after 67 days.
These employees working in Kashmir urged the Home Minister Amit Shah to intervene into the matter and pass instructions to the LG’s administration to frame a suitable comprehensive transfer policy at an earliest.