Kashmir Indepth

Monga terms govt’s decision to retire employees at 48 years of age as anti-employee

Srinagar, October 23: While terming the Jammu and Kashmir government’s decision to acquires powers to retire employees at 48 years of age or after completing 22 years of service as an anti-employee and assault on the rights of lakhs of government employees, J&K Pradesh Congress Committee (J&KPCC) Vice-President and former MLC G N Monga Friday demanded the its immediate roll back of this arbitrary decision.
In a statement issued to news agency Kashmir Indepth News Service (KINS) he said by such order a lot of uncertainty has been created among the employees which ultimately will affect their performance. “A sword of uncertainty has been kept on the heads of employees which can also be exploited by their superiors,” Monga said.
The Congress leader said that when there were already provisions in service rules to retire non-performing employees prematurely, what was the need to take such a decision. “Already lot of arbitrary decisions have been taken by the BJP government at the Center regarding Jammu and Kashmir and now the latest decision will demoralize the government employees,” he said.
Demanding the immediate roll back of this order, Monga said, “This process has not been given a thought before passing. It should be revoked immediately.”

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