Ropar: Jobs scrapped, ex-servicemen maintain protest in opposition to AAP govt
Ropar, September 22
A lot of ex-servicemen employed by earlier Congress regime as Guardians of Governance (GoG) right now protested in opposition to the latest choice of Aam Aadmi Celebration (AAP) authorities to scrap their providers.
The protesters burnt effigies of CM Bhagwant Mann, Defence Companies Welfare Minister Fauja Singh Sarari and Chief Secretary VK Janjua outdoors the mini-secretariat.
Anandpur Sahib MP Manish Tewari stated in case the GoGs resolve to take a authorized route, he would battle their case with out charging any payment.
On September 9, the Cupboard had determined to finish the GoG scheme, which affected 4,300 ex-servicemen. It was alleged that there was no work for the GoGs and so they have been reportedly indulging in politics.
Each jawan was getting a month-to-month stipend of Rs 11,000, a supervisor Rs 13,000 and a tehsil head Rs 25,000. The district heads have been being paid Rs 50,000 per 30 days.
Tewari stated AAP had utterly created chaos within the state inside six months of the formation of the federal government.
Replying to a question relating to allegations of AAP that their MLAs have been being providing Rs 25 crore to topple the federal government, the MP stated the scenario was so grim that majority of AAP MLAs might go away the get together anytime.
Brigadier (retd) Manohar Singh, Colonel (retd) Bhajan Singh and FS Dehal stated terminating the providers of the GOGs by terming them “poor performers” was an insult to ex-servicemen.