After assaults, J&K to transient staff: will work or face activity

The people who have gotten to Jammu are as yet mindful about getting once again to work in the Valley, with some choosing to remain back for the time being.

The Divisional Commissioner of Kashmir Saturday coordinated Deputy Commissioners of each of the 10 areas in Kashmir to guarantee that transient representatives need not leave the Valley and that "whosoever will be missing will be managed according to Service Rules". 

While two or three Deputy Commissioners, who didn't wish to be named, said they will hang tight for an administration request prior to acting, the representatives who had left the Valley feeling perilous after a Sikh school head and Kashmiri Hindu instructor were killed last week by psychological militants, said the organization was being "uncaring". 

The individuals who have gotten to Jammu are as yet wary about getting once again to work in the Valley, with some choosing to remain back for the present. Siddharth Raina (name changed), who had gotten back to Srinagar in 2015 with a task in the J&K Education Department under the Prime Minister's bundle and gotten back to Jammu last week, said the greater part of them are educators and are leading web-based classes for understudies. 

"Representatives came to Jammu dreading danger to their lives. Rather than mollifying their feelings of dread, guaranteeing security, and making vital courses of action, the organization compromises them with activity according to Service Rules," said a representative who had gotten back to the Valley in 2015 after he found a new line of work under the Prime Minister's bundle. 

"The orders might have been given with acceptable expectation. However, a large number of the workers are remaining in their own leased convenience in places in South Kashmir. It's not satisfactory how they will be given security," one more minority part who got work under the PM bundle said on the state of namelessness. 

This was one among many issues examined with all DCs and SPs of the Valley's areas in a gathering on Saturday called by Pandurang Pole, Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, to audit security courses of action and distinguish government convenience for "ensured people". 

He told those present in the gathering that the convenience to the "secured people" through the Divisional Commissioner's office gave in 14 Srinagar inns "be considered to have been dehired" from October 5. 

Further, headings to give the "ensured people", the PSOs and gatekeepers, convenience in the concerned locale, "be clung to in letter and soul". Post didn't react to calls and messages. 

"The seat (Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir) coordinated that every one of the Deputy Commissioners and SSPs (Senior Superintendent of Police) will guarantee balanced gathering with the delegate/heads of the relative multitude of ideological groups inside 2-3 days for the redressal of their anxieties in regards to security, convenience and so forth and think about their real requests," the minutes of the gathering delivered on Tuesday said. 

The Divisional Commissioner likewise coordinated that non-transient minority populaces — workers, talented workers and so forth — in the regions be distinguished and satisfactory safety efforts be set up for them alongside standard communications. He likewise said transient representatives ought to ideally be posted in free from any danger zones rather than distant weak regions for the present, as indicated by the minutes.

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