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JAMMU: Jammu and Kashmir Employees Joint Action Forum (JKEJAF) which is an amalgam of maximum trade unions of JKUT, on Wednesday expressed serious concern, reservations and apprehensions about possible misuse of recent amendments to the already existing provisions of CSR for retirement of employees who have attained 22 years of service or 48 years of age.While addressing a press conference in this connection, the joint presidium comprising of Sushil Sudan, Mohd Rafique Rather, Suresh Sharma, Aijaz Khan and Ashish Sharma expressed strong fear and discontentment amongst employees regarding recent amendments.The leaders appealed Lieutenant Governor and Chief Secretary Jammu and Kashmir to call representatives of employees to explain the concern in this regard so that confidence is built and employees work with dedication without fear of victimization at the hands of their superiors. The Leadership expressed hope that good sense shall prevail and government will immediately show magnanimity and will call the representative for threadbare discussion on the issue.They also said that in case our appeal is not considered , the forum shall be left with no option but to hold protest at Jammu and Kashmir simultaneously in near future.The leaders said circulars are creating confusion between duty bound employees and government which should have been avoided, they claimed.Subhash Verma K.C. Dubey, Rajesh Jamwal, Anchal Bakshi, Mrignyani Salathia, Gurdip Singh, Darshan Lal, Sheikh Aijaz, Ishfiyaq Baig, Javid Akhoon, Rehmatullah Khan, Zia ul Haq, Younas Matoo and Sanjay Kumar were also present in the press conference.
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