Employees who work without reason will be suspended, salary will also be cut

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Jammu. Employees who work without any reason in the RTO and ARTO offices in the state are no longer well off. On receiving a complaint against such employees, not only will it be suspended, but the pay will be paid to the complainant by deducting from their salary.
The latest case is that of Ramban ARTO office, where employee Mo Yusuf Salaira and Motor Vehicle Inspector Chandra Mohan Sharma were suspended for unintentional work. Out of this, an order has been issued to Yusuf Salyara to pay the complainant five thousand rupees from his salary as late payment.
In a meeting with LG, on February 25, Rajendra Singh, a resident of Haraog in Ramban district, had filed a complaint regarding the delay in registration of his bike at RTO Ramban. On this, LG had asked the Transport Department to take appropriate action and take strict action against the guilty employees. The Transport Commissioner had constituted an inquiry committee in this regard. The investigation committee found in the report that Mo Yusuf is a conductor at JKSRTC and was sent to the Motor Vehicle Department, Ramban. Here he delayed the registration of the bike of complainant Rajendra Singh without any proper reason. On the other hand, in the case of another employee, Chandro Mohan Sharma, if there is no concrete evidence, he has been asked to refrain from doing so in future.

Jammu. Employees who work without any reason in the RTO and ARTO offices in the state are no longer well off. On receiving a complaint against such employees, not only will it be suspended, but the pay will be paid to the complainant after deducting them from their salary.

The latest case is that of Ramban ARTO office, where employee Mo Yusuf Salaira and Motor Vehicle Inspector Chandra Mohan Sharma were suspended for unintentional work. Out of this, an order has been issued to Yusuf Salyara to pay the complainant five thousand rupees from his salary as a late payment.

In a meeting with LG, on February 25, Rajendra Singh, a resident of Haraog in Ramban district, had filed a complaint related to the delay in registration of his bike at RTO Ramban. On this, LG had asked the Transport Department to take appropriate action and take strict action against the guilty employees. The Transport Commissioner constituted an inquiry committee in this regard. The investigation committee found in the report that Mo Yusuf is a conductor at JKSRTC and was sent to the Motor Vehicle Department, Ramban. Here he delayed the registration of the bike of complainant Rajendra Singh without any proper reason. On the other hand, in the case of another employee, Chandro Mohan Sharma, if there is no concrete evidence, he has been asked to refrain from doing so in future.

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