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District President JKTF kupwara Muneer Ah Khan demands release salary of all employees before on EID

JKTF DISTRICT KUPWARA spearheaded by District president MR MUNEER AHMAD KHAN has requested the administration to release salary of all employees on the auspicious occasion of EID ul AZUHA .He in his statement requested His excellency GOVERNOR Mr G.C MURMU to issue oredrs for the release of salary.The employees of UT j&K have to purchase Qurbani Animals for fulfilling an important religious task.
Moreover KHAN sb has demanded the early issance of transition orders in favour of those RRTS ,who have completed all requirements but are waiting eagerly for orders.
President JKTF kupwara MUNEER sb said that employees are part and parcel of any Government and the education deptt. is vital organ of it,many employees especially CPWs ,cooks should b also provided with stipends

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