State govt. prompted to focus on pending issues of workers
APGEA needs holding of Joint Personnel Council meet.
APGEA demands holding of Joint Personnel Council meet.
Andhra Pradesh Federal Government Worker’ Association (APGEA) State basic secretary G. Askara Rao has actually urged the government to hold Joint Personnel Council conference immediately to talk about all pending problems of the workers working in different departments.
Addressing the media here on Sunday, Mr. Askara Rao declared that senior officials have actually been ‘misguiding’ Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy on the pending issues of employees.
Previously, the federal government utilized to hold Joint Staff Council meetings to solve the pending concerns and pay modification demands, he pointed out.
” Dearness allowance is the standard right of the staff, however it is not being paid for the last couple of years. The DA is almost 15% of the income. The payment of DA is essential to meet the costs which have actually been skyrocketing due to inflation,” stated Mr. Askara Rao.
He advised Mr. Jagan Mohan Reddy to satisfy his pledges with regard to ditching of Contributory Pension System (CPS) and regularisation of contract and outsourcing employees who signed up with the service almost twenty years earlier. He also expressed concern over delay in issuing health cards to the retired employees.
Mr. Askara Rao declared that APNGOs’ Association failed to protect the interests of employees. He urged the federal government to release guidelines to manage personnel of the town secretariats by the particular departments considering that the secretariats were under the control of Panchayat Raj Department.
Earlier, APGEA State secretary Y. Vinay Mohan, Vizianagaram district president P. Rammohana Rao and basic secretary V.V.S.R. Prasad brought the problems of north Andhra area workers to the notification of Mr. Askara Rao. He said that the State president K.R. Suryanarayana and other office-bearers would meet the heads of the departments to learn solution to the individual complaints.
APGEA Retired Employees’ Association president Ramachandra Panda, AP Drivers’ Association president Ch. Srinivasa Rao and others were present.
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