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EJAC demands regularization, release of pending wages in favour of contingent paid workers of Edu Dept


Irfan Ahmad 
Srinagar Jan 22 (KINS): Senior Trade Union leader, President EJAC, Fayaz Ahmad Shabnam demanded regularisation and release of genuine pending wages in favour of contingent paid employees of Education Department who have been serving the department for years.
According to news agency Kashmir Indepth News Service (KINS), Shabnam said that these employees are working tirelessly for safeguarding of schools on meager wages with which they are not able to make their two ends meet. He said that these employees are the frontline warriors in every calamity that has struck J&K and are working on the same parameters and capabilities as that of regular employees. He further said that during this pandemic it has become more difficult situation for these employees and their families which has put them under starvation. He stated that EJAC fully supports the peaceful protest of these employees till their genuine demands are not met.
He urged to government to take this matter as of grave concern and take some concrete measures in regularising these employees or at least minimum wages act should be implemented so that these employees who have been suffering since long can have a sigh of relief. (KINS)

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