Srinagar, April 24 (GNS): The Jammu and Kashmir National Conference on Saturday referred to as the structure of a job drive to observe J&Ok staff a toolkit to suppress staff, saying the measure will impede the work tradition in authorities departments.
Terming the measure of monitoring the J&Ok staff with a taskforce a diktat destined to remove what was given by the structure to individuals within the type of elementary rights, Party Member of Parliament Muhammad Akbar lone referred to as the measure a colonial hangover that offers sweeping powers to authorities with minimal safeguards to guard the pursuits of staff thus placing them at drawback of being labeled as antinational. “Such measures might be used against anybody who wounds the vanity of government or criticizes its policies. There is a stark distinction between being anti national and having an opinion, this diktat obliterates such distinction,” he stated.
Lone stated the brand new gag offers a helpful instrument to higher-ups in paperwork to suppress their subordinates and decrease rung officers on unjustified excuses. “Having such a measure in place in a functioning democracy is uncalled for. It is bound to add to haughtiness in bureaucracy. The misstep is yet another low this government has touched. Such a law was not required at first place because there are already required service rules that deal with such employees as are involved in any unscrupulous activity. The measure, it goes without saying, gives a ditch to the claim of the government on return of normalcy in Kashmir. Normal situations do not require the government to have such bizarre diktats in place.”
While underlining the undemocratic underpinnings of the gag, Lone requested the federal government to roll again the diktat as it might severely have an effect on the work tradition in authorities departments. “This is what the government has for our employees when they are in the frontline fighting the resurgence of COVID-19. With such measures, the ruling dispensation at New Delhi has brought dark days for labour classes in Jammu and Kashmir. Such exclusivist measures vis-à-vis the people of J&K reveal the wanton parity which our people are subjected to. We are undoubtedly undergoing a grim chapter in the history of Jammu and Kashmir that sans democratic moorings, and reverence for people’s fundamental rights,” he added. (GNS)