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Jammu and Kashmir Sports Council Employees urged Lieutenant Governor for Pension


Jammu and Kashmir Sports Council Employees urged Lieutenant Governor for Pension
S. Sidartha Paramedical Training Institute, Sunjwan, Jammu

JAMMU, March 10: The Jammu and Kashmir Sports Council Employees Welfare Association held a crucial meeting today at Hari Singh Park to address the longstanding issue of pensions for its employees.

Key members of the association highlighted the challenges faced due to the absence of pension disbursements and echoed concerns raised by General Council & Standing Committee members from relevant departments. These delays have significantly impacted the welfare of dedicated employees.

The General Council and Standing Committee of the J&K Sports Council, comprising esteemed personalities from various departments, have been instrumental in guiding the development trajectory of the council and its employees. However, the pressing issue of pensions remains unresolved. *In a unified effort, a joint letter has been signed and will be presented to the Hon'ble Lieutenant Governor the President of the J&K Sports Council. This letter urges for an emergency General Council meeting to promptly address the demands of the Sports Council employees, as previously promised.

To facilitate further action, a three-member committee, consisting of Rajan Sharma, Saktish Chopra, and Nazir Ahmed from the Jammu division, has been proposed to collaborate with the Kashmir division committee. The meeting witnessed the attendance of esteemed retired Sports officers including Krishan Lal Sharma,Bishambar Singh, Rajan Sharma, and Ashok Singh as well as retired Assistant Managers and Section Officers Buadiata, Salamat Chaudhary, and Nazir Ahmed. Also present were retired Chief Coaches Shamsher Singh and Vishwamitter, along with Groundmen Ajit Singh, Kura Ram, and Mohd. Shafi.

The Jammu and Kashmir Sports Council Employees Welfare Association emphasizes the urgency of resolving the pension issue and remains committed to advocating for the welfare of its employees.

 

 


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