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Daily Wagers: Accept finite disappointment, never lose infinite hope
2/12/2019 10:34:30 PM
Mohd Rafi Malik

Until when will the destiny
of daily rated workers be upset with them and when will the sunrays pass through their lap of sorrows. For which sins they are paying precious time of their career and for which they are being rigorously punished, they don't know, even nobody else.
These empathizing words come out from every kind hearted person for those people who themselves and their families are looking forward for the regularization their earning hands.
One side the Government is providing all the benefits to all the absorbed employees of the state and on the other side the same government hesitates to bare lesser financial impact. "The casual workers hardly have any job or income security. Even the short-term contract holders primarily receive a consolidated wage with no additional contribution towards their dedicated services in the departments.
The size of the government workforce is on the decline and a minimum percentage of temporary employees are working in the different departments. It is been found that the some departments are totally dependent on the temporary employees to cope up with the departmental liabilities. When it comes to the absorption share of temporary workforce in the government department, it is lower, actually it is nothing.
The state cabinet had already approved the road map for the regularization of the daily wagers in the state. It was told that once the order is issued, it will be sent to all the departments across the state wherein daily wagers are working, for its implementation for absorption/regularization of Casual/Seasonal Labourers/ Daily Rated Workers so as to ensure sustainable livelihood to thousands of persons and engagements which were made from time to time. The cabinet at that time had asked the Finance Department to workout concrete measures to operationalize the roadmap to meet the long-standing demand of such engaged persons. A labour ministry of our capital is also aware of the issue and the topic was "touched upon" many times in the meetings with state.
The workers have been demanding their regularization by agitating since long and the state government is time and again consulting with the different departments to ascertain their feasibility and its financial impact. The practice is just to make this deserving workforce to spectate the dirty game of the government.
Recently, in the past, the delegations of the agitating flexi-staff met with the Governor of Satya Pal Malik and demanded to expedite the process of regularization, but all in vein.
On condition of anonymity, it was disclosed by one official of an autonomous organization of the state that their regularization process was at the urge of completion for which the meeting of the Board of Governance was held in two years back and a Committee was constituted for scrutiny and recommendation of regularization of temporary workers. The committee constituted for the purpose had submitted their recommendations in favour of the consolidated workers working in the organization.
The same recommendations were circulated to each and every 22 members of Board of Governors out of them 21 members have signed the recommendations but in the month of June 2018 the same was circulated to the Principal Secretary finance in capacity of 22nd and last member of the board of governor whose prestigious personality being a member had just to sign the recommendations but since then the file is lying with his office and we are time and again hearing and expecting our regularization. The reasons behind its delay are best known to the concerned.
When the government stops discrimination between permanent and daily rated staff, then the departments will grow further. The Govt. has to accept the contractual / temporary employees as part of their brand.
Anyhow, aggrieved must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope. Kiya Khoob kaha hai kisi ne "God is on the side, who have no one".
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