Thursday, August 14, 2014

SDF condemns agitation by Power Deptt’s recently regularized employees

GANGTOK, 13 Aug: The Sikkim Democratic Front has said that it is unfortunate that the regularised MR and WC employees of the Energy and Power Department have created a fracas by taking the issue of regularisation to the streets to press their demands despite full assurance from the Government.
An SDF press release states that the State Government is in the process of proper verification and examination of the relevant documents of each MR and WC employee before the regularisation of their services in the Government Departments. This fact is fully known to the employees of the Energy and Power Department, it adds.
The Government has assured to complete regularization process by the end of September 2014 and to pay them in their revised scale before Dasain, it is stated.
Since the Government had already assured them, it was not necessary for the MR and WC employees to agitate and make this into an issue, the party has said.
The process of scrutinizing and regularizing the service of the MR and WC employees of Energy and Power Department after proper verification and documentation of all the papers required under the Service Rules of the State of Sikkim is a proper democratic action  taken by the Government, the party reiterates.
They have already been advised by the Government to draw their MR and WC salary [as they were receiving earlier] till the process of regularization is over.
The party has demanded that proper verification of all the documents including domicile, CoI etc. should be carried out by the Government in the process of regularization of the services in order to safeguard and uphold the interest and the rights of local Sikkimese people.
Condemning the action of the MR and WC employees in taking to the streets to press for their regularization to be completed in haste, the SDF party has appealed to the Government to complete the process of regularisation by the end of September 2014 and to ensure payment of the salaries to the employees as per the norms.

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