Calls it unfortunate and injustice
Baramulla: JK Employees Joint Action Committee(EJAC) has expressed serious concern over the termination of a school teacher Idress Jan of Kupwara and called it sheer injustice.
In a statement to Kashmir Reader president EJAC Mohammad Rafique Rather said that termination of government employees from their sevices without giving them a chance to be heard is against the sprit of law and the constitution of the country and added that the move has sent shivers across employees fraternity who are already stressed and over burdened while working in extremely adverse working conditions.
Rafique Rather said that the decision seems to ba taken in haste and unilaterally which does not fullfill the parameters of justice and fairness and added that if a victim is not allowed to go the court of justice to defend himself, then what is the option left with him he asked.
He said that charges against the official are of serious nature and requires indepth enquiry and at the same time need to be made public so that choas and confusion created in the minds of employees are removed and parameters of justice are fullfilled and added that victim should be allowed to put his point in his defence so that justice is delivered.
President EJAC urged upon administration to reconsider the decision so that the familes being affected by the decision dont suffer for bread and butter and are not punished for no sin of theirs.
Appealing to the Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha to look in to the serious issue EJAC expressed hope that justice is delivered in its fairness so that employees fraternity feel a sigh of relief.
On Saturday the government of Jammu and Kashmir ordered and dismissed a school teacher Idrees Jan in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district.