Jammu and Kashmir Clerical Association has threatened to continue strike till government extends a written assurance on pressing demands including pay anomaly.
President Jammu and Kashmir Clerical Association Ali Mohammad said that the strike will continue till the government gives a written assurance on acceptance of all demands including pay anomaly.
Minister for Finance Syed Altaf Bukhari when contacted told KNS “we appeal the striking clerks to immediately call off the strike and resume their duties. We assure that a written order on acceptance of their pressing demands will be issued tomorrow.”
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