Srinagar: National Conference (NC) leader and former chief minister Omar Abdullah on Friday demanded re-engaging of wireless operators who were terminated last year.
“File pertaining to disengaged wireless operators are presently lying in law department and is not being processed,” Omar told the State Assembly in his address on Friday.
He asked the chief minister Mehbooba Mufti to look into the matter and direct the concerned officials in the law department so as to process the file of reengaging these wireless operators.
“All these sacked operators are in distress and most of them are married,” Omar said while demanding immediate decision on their reengagement.
Jammu Kashmir Police terminated the services of 231 Wireless Operators, 90 belonging to Kashmir and 141 from Jammu region last year.