Uttarakhand: the ban on promotion withdraws, the government will issue mandate soon

ban on promotion

Broke deadlock on 15th day, CM speaks to Corporation Employees Federation
Instructed the Chief Secretary to hold a meeting, the federation warned to join the movement from today

Uttarakhand government has lifted the ban on promotion. Under this, the mandate will be issued soon. The BJP government has accepted all the demands of the employees who went on strike in favor of the General OBC organization. The General-OBC organization was on an indefinite strike for more than two weeks to demand the removal of the ban on employee promotion. In the talks held between the Chief Secretary and the staff leaders today, their demands were agreed upon.

Earlier, the Chief Minister held talks with the State Corporation Employees Officer Federation on the issue of ban on promotion. He instructed the Chief Secretary to hold a meeting in this regard. Under which the Chief Secretary held a meeting with the leaders of the Federation today.

The federation issued a notice to the chief secretary, warning to join Uttarakhand General-OBC Employees Association’s indefinite strike from Wednesday. On Monday, a letter was also handed over to the Chief Secretary on behalf of the Federation.

According to the state general secretary of the federation, BS Rawat, on Tuesday, the state president of the federation Dinesh Gosain and a delegation led by him met Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat and requested the removal of promotion.

The CM had instructed the Chief Secretary over the telephone to hold talks with the federation regarding the demand. After this, Additional Secretary Chief Minister Suresh Chandra Joshi issued the letter in the order of instructions of the Chief Minister.

The order was disobeyed the very first day, the striking workers gathered in the parade ground

Hundreds of General OBC employees demonstrated on Tuesday at a parade ground amid loud slogans, defying the order to stop the mob of more than 50 people from the Coronavirus.

During this period, the administration also issued a warning to take action against the gathering of more than 50 people around the picket site on behalf of the police. But the workers, who were unhappy with the proclamation, continued to protest and warned to stop electricity, water, bus services in the state.

Employees arrived at the dharna site with a mask on their mouths to prevent coronavirus infection. Many of these employees joined the dharna along with their family members.

BJP MLAs continue to support

On Tuesday, BJP MLAs Vinod Kandari, Bharat Chaudhary and Kedar Singh Rawat also supported the movement of General-OBC Employees Association.

Along with this, a letter was written to the Chief Minister in his favor. In the letter, he requested the government to take a decision in the light of the Supreme Court’s decision. Even before that, many BJP MLAs had written letters to CM.

Ninth student Yashasvi attacked the reservation

Yashasvi Semwal, a student of the ninth class who arrived with the family at the picket site, attacked the reservation. It was said that the selection of a reserved category candidate who gets minus marks and showing the way out to the talented is a violation of the right to equality


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