Proposed strike by State employees prohibited by rules- ACS
Additional chief secretary, Personnel and Vigilance, Radha Raturi in a letter to additional chief secretaries, principal secretaries, secretaries, heads of departments, commissioners and district magistrates has clarified that the strike proposed by the state employees on January 31 is prohibited under the state government employees conduct manual. She stated that various employees organisations resort to strike which result in hardships to common people and delay in the implementation of the government programmes.
Raturi further cited the departmental letter dated December 13, 2018 in which instructions had been issued to implement the orders passed by the High Court in a Public Interest Litigation in the matter of prevention of recurrent strikes organised by various government/non government unions/organisations dated August 29, 2018. She also referred to the government orders passed from time to time in this regard and called for strict implementation of the same.
The additional chief secretary instructed that in the light of the letter dated January 23, 2019 by Uttarakhand Adhikari-Karmachari/Shikshak Samanvay Samiti regarding proposed agitation on January 31 and February 4, no leaves should be sanctioned and the rules regarding leave should be enforced strictly.
It will be recalled that employees of various departments are planning to go on strike on January 31 and February 4 in support of their demands including those related to allowances and other issues.
Tuesday, 29 January 2019 | PNS | Dehradun
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