Bhiw., 8 July (Hindustan Times). Regarding their various pending demands, the office bearers of the Welfare Association of Haryana Lab Staff and Stano Welfare Association, Haryana, under the leadership of State Chairman of International Human Rights and Crime Control Council (under Government of India) Dr. Raju Mehra Jatai, Political Advisor to Chief Minister Manohar Lal India Bhushan met Bharti at his residence in Chandigarh and handed over a memorandum of his demands to him. During this, the office bearers demanded that the long pending demands of the employees should be fulfilled at the earliest.

State President of Stano Welfare Association Haryana Ajay Kumar, General Secretary Akshay Nagpal, State Vice President of Welfare Association of Haryana Lab Staff Pankaj Kumar and State Chairman of International Human Rights and Crime Control Council (under Government of India) Dr. Raju Mehra expressed the pay scale through demand letter. Increase, promotion, permanent recruitment on vacant posts, Rs 5,000 risk allowance, Rs 5,000 special pay to employees appointed on all posts of steno cadre, relaxation in SETC test to steno cadre employees, Group D minimum Rs 18,000 salary, formation of separate cadre of land test, withdrawal of promotion decision against rules, merger of Junior Scale Stenographer with Senior Scale Stenographer, half pay for Group-C and D of all departments Along with demanded to get study leave.

He said that the employees have been fighting for their rights for a long time and are trying to convey their voice to the government in various ways, while handing over the memorandum, they requested to fulfill their demands at the earliest. Chief Minister’s Political Advisor Bharat Bhushan Bharti has assured on behalf of the Chief Minister that a meeting will be arranged with the high officials of the department, the Chief Secretary Haryana and the Chief Minister as soon as possible and all the appropriate demands will be fulfilled, the government is in this matter Will consider seriously and take a decision in the interests of the employees.

Rahul Dev

Cricket Jounralist at Newsdesk

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