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Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Co-ordination Committee of Trade Unions (JKCCTU) has extended its support to the call of All Central Trade Unions (ACTU) including All India State Government Employees Federation to observe the nationwide strike on February 28.
In a meeting chaired by Mohammad Maqbool, JKCCTU President, it was decided to hold protest rallies at Sher-e-Kashmir Park in Srinagar and Parade outside the office of M&RE Division in Jammu.
“JKCCTU is going to organize a massive rallies and demonstrations on the eve of the national wide strike called by ACTU and other government employees’ federation including all India state government employees’ federation (AISGEF),” Maqbool told reporters here.
They demanded immediate implementation of scrape Pension Fund Regulatory Development Authority (PFRDA) Bill and Assurance of pension to all employees including temporary workers.
Flaying the ongoing policies of outsourcing and adhocism, he employees’ leaders said that all these policies have created havoc almost in every institution where all social security measure like pension are being withdrawn and minimum labour rights are denied leaving the workers at the mercy of contractors and bureaucrats.
“All vacant posts should be filled on regular basis and the government should make sure minimum wages not less than Rs 10, 000,” Maqbool said.
They also demanded strict implementation of all labor laws and to stop contractorisation, casualisation, outsourcing of government jobs and ceiling on bonus should be removed.
“There should be regularization of services of the all casual, contract, Anganwadi, Asha, Dohoc, and consolidated workers,” Maqbool added.
The meeting was attended by Abdul Ahad Shiekh, Gurmeet Singh, Ali Mohammad, Ram Kumar, Fayaz Qureshi, Mohammad Yousuf, Tariq Rasool, Muneer Ahmad Khan, Nazir Ahmad and Abdul Khaliq. (AIP News)
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