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Monday, February 29, 2016

Uttar Pradesh Work Charge Emplyees Of Van Nigam staged continue Dharna on 42nd Day

By on Monday, February 29, 2016

The Work Charge employees of Uttar Pradesh Van Nigam have been staging Dharna continues at Laxman Mela Maidan Lucknow from the past 42 days on Sunday in protest against the apathy by the Managing Director for abiding the order of government. They are demanding their regularisation.
It is noticeable, The government order had been issued on 8th september 2010 for the regularisation of Work Charge employees in the government departments, the local bodies, the development authority, the public enterprise/Nigam and Awas evam Vikas parishad.

The group of employees alleged that the managing director, Iqbal Singh, is mis-interpreting the meaning of the government orders and delaying the regularisation of the employees, sending a letter to the government for guidance.
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DIET GUEST LECTURERS DEMANDING THEIR HONORARIUM




DIET guest lecturers staged continue Dharna on 8th day on Sunday at Laxman Mela Maidan Lucknow. The lecturers have been demanding their regularisation and the outstanding dues that they have not yet received since next month of appointment.
The president of the DIET union, Brijendra Yadav, said, " Unless we meet our pending demands, we will continue our indefinite Dharna."

Their chief demands are: to back again the guest lecturers on work who were removed by DIET principal in various districts; and the honorarium should be paid in time; the removed lecturers have the required eligibility according to the public service commission and the procedures adopted to appoint them were identical to the Service Commission -- so be adjust; the honorarium since  last 3 years  was not paid that has brought them on the verge of starvation must be paid them.

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POLICE RECRUITMENT CANDIDATES DEMAND APPOINTMENT LETTERS 

 Lucknow: After qualifying medical fitness test in the direct recruitment for the posts of constables in the state police the candidates staged Dharna on Sunday at Laxman Mela Maidan in Lucknow.
They said that they hails from the rural areas and living standard is below poverty line. They were demanding that the government had filed in its affidavit in the supreme court that the state government had the shortage of police force in the state. This step by the government might be to save the candidatures that had been disqualified in the high court for the use of unfair mean on the answer books during examination.
They further said, " if these candidates had been merged into the declared result on 16 th july last year, the merit would have been high; consequently these candidates might have been out from the selection."
They were demanding their appointment letters and were telling they,  a few days later, will cross the required age limit.

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