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Migrant employees posted in Valley call on Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Shri BB Vyas
Jammu, February 9: A delegation of migrant employees posted in Kahsmir Valley under PM and Non-PM Package today called on Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Shri BB Vyas under the leadership of Vinod Pandit, APMCC Chairman and King C Bharati, Sr Journalist & National Spokesperson APMCC and apprised him about the left over employees whose salaries are still pending in spite of issuing of show-cause notices or them being suspended.

The meeting lasted over 40 minutes during which Sh BB Vyas Sahab directed the Divisional Commissioner Kashmir as well as DCs and DSWs to immediately release the pending salaries of the migrant employees before Maha Shivratri. He assured the delegation that all the concerns of the employees will be taken care of and employees need not to worry as government was seized of the issues concerning them.

A detailed list compiled recently at Sanskriti Bhawan of the affected employees was also submitted to Shri Vyas and the same was immediately emailed to Div Commissioner Kashmir for immediate action.

The leaders also apprised the Principal Secretary that Kashmiri migrants were not receiving relief and ration much needed in view of the coming Maha Shivratri for which Vyas assured the leaders that the matter has been taken up and Kashmiri migrants would receive ration, relief and salaries before Maha Shivratri.

The delegation comprised of Ranjan Jyotshi, Vinod Tiku, Ajay Bhat, Anil Raina, Anil Pandita, Rakesh Dhar, Pawan Jamwal, Kamal Pandita, and ten other affected employees.

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