Saturday, September 20, 2014

CM meets govt servants in South Sikkim to discuss service issues

Namchi: A meeting with the intent to take note of and address demands and grievances of government servants posted in South District was chaired by Chief Minister Pawan Chamling at Namchi Community Hall on 18 Sept.
Earlier the heads of the departments highlighted various demands, grievances and problems of which the primary concerns for the district were shortage of vehicles, funds, staff and technical officers, doctors, nurses, JE office buildings and maintenances of existing buildings and employees quarters.  
Addressing the meeting, the CM announced that all the demands will be resolved.
He stated that regularization of Muster Roll employees possessing complete and genuine documents and who have completed 15 years of service and also informed that by 01 October, these MR workers will be entitled to salary as regular employees, an IPR Press release informs. He also assured regularization to the remaining MR workers in the second and third phase.
He further stated that all queries regarding transfers will be looked into after the Dasain holidays and announced that no transfer orders will be cancelled and that employees will have to mandatorily complete six months of service in the transferred place before individual demands for reconsideration are resolved, the release adds.
The Chief Minister also announced that all those left out from service cadres will be reexamined and brought under cader based service.
He also announced that the regularization orders for lecturers in various disciplines will be issued to ensure smooth operations in Government run colleges of the state.
The meeting was also attended by Ministers, MLAs and officers of the various departments.

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