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Talking to newsmen here on Wednesday, the JAC chairman, P. Bhooma Goud, and the honorary chairman, P. Ravikiran, said that State leaders of the JAC would participate in the meeting and expose the indifferent attitude of the Government. The JAC State committee co-chairman, B. Mohan Reddy, D. Sudhakar, deputy general secretary, and others would apprise the JAC members, the problems being faced by them.
The JAC leaders said the Government despite giving assurances on several occasions has not fulfilled them. They said the Government had agreed for medical insurance scheme, but the same is yet to be implemented. The lamented that the Government in a systematic way was adhering to the World Bank directions, which was harming the interest of the employees.
They demanded that the medical invalidation scheme should be continued besides withdrawal of the controversial GO 24, which intends to displace employees in the name of surplus strength. They said the Government should release DA to pensioners and disbursement of salaries to the municipal and gram panchayat employees every month. They said the Government should take steps to see that the aided, local bodies employees and teachers get their salaries through the district treasury office.
The JAC leaders wanted the anomalies committee report to be made public immediately and 120 days maternity leave facility to the women teachers working in aided schools. They wanted withdrawal of the directions making it mandatory for the Government employees to stay at the place of posting. They said all the vacant posts should be filled up immediately.
The JAC district general secretary, M. Ravinder, the State executive committee member, K. Ramamohan Rao, and others took part.
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