CM’s risk works, PCS officers finish stir

CM’s risk works, PCS officers finish stir

Tribune Information Service

Ruchika M Khanna

Chandigarh, January 11

PCS officers withdrew their protest and resumed duties after a gathering with high officers of the Punjab Authorities at present. The problem of the officers continuing on mass informal depart in protest had put the federal government functioning in a limbo and its decision was an acid check for the Aam Aadmi Occasion authorities.

The resumption of responsibility by the PCS officers was adopted by a number of different unions of workers of the state authorities, together with the Punjab Income Officers Union and the Confederation of Associations of Excise and Taxation Division, withdrawing their strike and becoming a member of duties this afternoon. The protest, within the type of workers continuing on mass informal depart, was held since Monday in opposition to the registration of a case and arrest of a PCS officer, Narinder Singh Dhaliwal, final week.

Nonetheless, the protest withdrawal was not clean. Although the problem was nearly resolved late final night time, the PCS Officers Affiliation was to debate the problem with its members after which determine on the withdrawal of the protest.

Nonetheless, with Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann tweeting that strict motion could be taken in opposition to the placing workers in the event that they failed to hitch responsibility by 2 pm, adopted by a letter from Chief Secretary Vijay Kumar Janjua to all PCS officers, warning them of strict disciplinary motion and suspension from service, which may hamper their promotions, the protesting PCS officers felt that in an effort to construct its personal picture, the federal government had tried to “defame them”.

This led to many officers brazenly expressing their displeasure, as they converged for a gathering within the Chief Minister’s workplace, and brazenly aired their views that the protest ought to proceed. “When the CM is listening to their grievances and is assuring that no injustice shall be carried out, why ought to they go on depart. We must cope with them sternly,” the Chief Secretary mentioned.

The president of the PCS Officers Affiliation, Rajat Oberoi, who was initially supposed to satisfy A Venu Prasad, Extra Chief Secretary to the CM, at 10.30 am, lastly met him at midday. He sought time to debate the problem with different members of their affiliation and the Income Officers Affiliation and inform them of the federal government’s proposal to finish the stalemate. The federal government proposed {that a} committee of officers, each from the civil and police aspect, headed by the Chief Secretary, would look into the matter of PCS officers Tarsem Chand and Narinder Dhaliwal and Sandeep Kumar (Naib Tehsildar), who, these associations declare, had been falsely implicated by the Vigilance Bureau.

A six-member committee of those officers — Rajat Oberoi, Sukhpreet Sidhu, Ankur Mahendroo, Harjit Singh, Sakattar Singh Bal and Pooja Sayal — then met Prasad and Particular Principal Secretary to the CM Ravi Bhagat and the problem was lastly resolved.

Employees again to work

  • Mass informal depart protest by officers had put AAP authorities functioning in a limbo
  • The protesters resumed their duties after a gathering with high officers of the state authorities on Wednesday

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