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PHE ITI Trained CP and Land Doner worker association to hold Maha rally
1/21/2019 10:09:15 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Jan 21: The member of Daily Wagers of PHE Department from across Jammu province converged in the office complex of Chief Engineer PHE Jammu in a single voice that the association will participate in Maha rally starting from the office complex of CE PHE Jammu on 2nd February.
The member in a single echoed that the entire association member will take a rally on the expected visit of Narinder Modi, the Prime Minister of India to J&K in the first Week of February to draw attention of the State Administration and PM towards the prolonged genuine demands of the daily wagers regarding immediate release of pending wages and further payment of wages on monthly basis.
Tanveer Hussain, President of All J&K PHE ITI Trained CP and Land Doners worker association mentioned and expressed elaborately the agonies, sufferings and financial hardships being faced by the daily wagers/ workers due to callousness of all the successive governments over failure of demands.
It is unfortunate that the state administration presently headed by HE the Governor Shri Satya Pal Malik has also ignored our plight whereas we had great expectations from Governor but no positive step has been taken so far, said Tanveer Hussain,
Over 23000 are in the Jammu province and 9,000 are working in Kashmir valley. Our children are in a state of starvation for want of wages for years together but nobody at the helm of affairs in the government bothered to look into our difficulties and financial hardships for the last over 20 years in spite of the fact that the workers are peacefully protesting and agitating for about four years across the state.
The PHE workers are without their earned wages for the last over 52 months and it has badly affected their families the wages being the only source of income for them. Under the compelling circumstances, the protesters once again earnestly urged the present state administration headed by the Governor to release the pending wages of the works at the earliest possible by implementing SRO 520, said a protester.
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