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EJAC holds meet, discusses 22-48 Conundrum and its repercussions; Appeals Govt to reconsider  enactment of order


Jammu Feb 20 (KINS): Employees Joint Action Committee Jammu Kashmir (EJAC) held a meeting at Jammu to discuss the tough law by virtue of which employees who will be under performing, Corruption, or have a tarnished image shall be forcibly retired in a particular age group or a service period. The meeting was chaired by Mr Fayaz Ahmad Shabnum, President EJAC.Speaking on the occasion Shabnum said that in the present world where concepts like dignity of labour and equal work, equal wages have become the slogan of the masses, this part of the world is experiencing a different scenario. He said that corruption, inefficiency, tarnished image are not a factor to be measured by age or years, it can be an attribute of some people at any point of time. Shabnam said that to every government, its employees are its limbs and the third world has shown much respect to the working class. “We need to provide healthy atmosphere to our employees to help them grow in every aspect. Threats and suppressions will only discourage them and lower their morale.” He hoped that the good sense will prevail and the govt will revoke this order.  In the meeting it was proclaimed that it is when the most able minds from the society are hired by the government, the nation progresses not only by leaps and bounds but rather exponentially. No nation can thrive by suppressing its own working class and by making them feel insecure perpetually. It was also lamented that the recent decision by the government to forcibly retire those employees who have attained either the age of 48 or have served for about 22 years and have a tarnished image or are involved in corruption or even have grown inefficient over the passing year, is being viewed as rather tyrannical and undemocratic, besides being illogical and partial. The leaders expressed that such stringent measures are not only creating psychosis in our employees but at the same time sending a strong negative message to whole of the nation, especially to the intelligentsia, that working in government sector is nothing less than trauma and this shall lead to more brain-drain. They also concerned that some innocent people too shall be made scapegoats by their bosses who are actually working as parasites, and eating up the moral and ethical values of our nation. The other prominent leaders who attended the meeting were Mr. Ganesh Khajuria, Dr. Manzoor, Mr. Mohammad Altaf Handoo, Mr. Mohammad Akbar Khan, Mr.Toofani, Mr. Ab. Rashid Samboora, Mr. Tariq Ahmad Sofi, Mr. Feroz Ah. Bhat Mr. Athar Muzaffar Reshi, Mr. Farooq Ahmad, Mr. Muzaffer Ganai, Mr. Indra Manhas, Mr. Rajinder Singh, Mr Kuldeep Sharma, Mr Manjeet Singh, Mr. Surinder Singh, Mr. Sunil Sharma, Mr. Ishafaq Ahmad Shah, Mr. Imtiyaz Ahmad Meer, Mr. Javaid Ahmad, Mr. Fayaz Ah. Malik, Mr. Ab. Hameed Lone, Mr. Mohd. Ishaq Dar, Mr. Roop Lal, Mr. Jamaat Ali Aga and others. (KINS) 

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