Srinagar: Employees Joint Action Committee has deferd its protest today after authorities raided security concerns . This after an an emergency press conference that was held on Sunday in Srinagar under the leadership of its President Fayaz Ahmad Shabnam
The main highlight of the press conference was that EJAC has changed its July 6 program to next Tuesday on July 14 due to security reasons on the opening of offices of the Civil Secretariat.
In a statement EJAC President Fayaz Ahmad Shabnam said that the peaceful protest to be held on 6th of July in front of Civil Secretariat has been postponed to next Tuesday on 14th of July because of the concerns of the authorities regarding the security issues on the eve of Durbar Move.
He said that the concerned authorities contacted the EJAC leadership regarding the 6th July program and were asked to postpone the program due to the security reasons.
The concerned authorities also assured the EJAC leadership that they will be given full permission for the next date as it is the fundamental right of the employees. In this regard, an emergency meeting of EJAC leadership was held which was followed by a press conference; in which it was unanimously decided that EJAC will respect the concerns of the authorities and will now hold the peaceful protest on next Tuesday, 14th of July in front of the Civil Secretariat.
EJAC had called for a protest seeking regularisation of temporary workers engaged by the government.
Moreover it was emphasized on the government to initiate some concrete steps for the regularization of daily wagers for all types of temporary workers so that EJAC won’t be compelled to protest in this regard.

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