Advertisment
Categories: Kashmir

NHM employees of karnah stages protest, demands regularisation.

Tahir Qadoos

Employees of National Health Mission (NHM) on Wednesday staged a protest rally in karnah tehsil of kupwara District of north Kashmir, demanding regularisation of their services.

Scores of the employees while shouting anti-governmental slogans held a protest rally from SDH Hospital to Dak Banglow Tangdhar.

The protesting employees said that most of employees working in the department have passed half of the age but were not regularised till date. “Govt must take any action to regularise us now,” one of the protesting employee Ab.Hameed said.

According to the protesting employees, the government had promised them social security benefits but till date, there were no initiatives taken by the government in this regard.

The protesting employees said that government is violating the guidelines of Supreme Court by not paying the equal pay for equal work, adding that people with the same profession in Delhi and Haryana are being benefited fully but their counterparts in valley are not.

The protesters threatened of more protests if their demands are not fulfilled.

Advertisment
Kashmir Crown

Advertisment

Recent Posts

MOHD AKBAR LONE: A REVERED FIGURE IN TANGMARG

A jewel in the crown of Tangmarg, Mohd. Akbar Lone born in Ferozpora Tangmarg a well-known helmet situated in the… Read More

1 month ago

Modi’s Historical visit to J&K Announces various Projects

As per kashmir crown reports on tuesday this week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid a visit to Jammu and announced… Read More

2 months ago

News About Winter vacations

Winter vacations expected to start this week. Formal announcement today or tomorrow: Divsional commissioner Kashmir Primary level first and then… Read More

5 months ago

Police Cracks Blind Murder Case In Budgam

Budgam, Nov 22 (GNS): Jammu and Kashmir Police on Wednesday said to have successfully cracked a blind murder case in… Read More

5 months ago

Srinagar, LG Sinha: Citizens of J&K must work to make India a developed country by 2047

Srinagar : Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Tuesday said that "citizens of J&K UT must resolve that we will work… Read More

6 months ago

Covid-19: Mortality rate goes up as J&K reports 25 deaths in 24 hours

2,135 fresh cases test positive; tally reaches 162,890; death toll mounts to 2,172 ,active cases increase to 20,601, recovery rate… Read More

3 years ago
Advertisment

This website uses cookies.