Wednesday, May 29, 2024

Rising Youth demands Govt to release salaries of work-charged employees

Nagaland News

Dimapur, May 31: The Rising Youth (youth wing of Rising People’s Party) has expressed concerns that the work-charged employees of numerous departments have not been paid their salaries for the past one and half to two years.
“The UDA government’s selfish attitude towards the employees is horrendous and condemnable,” it said in a press release.
Citing reports, the Rising Youth said non-payments of work-charge salaries has affected roughly about 15,000 employees who are solely dependent on this salary for their livelihood.
It reminded the UDA government that every citizen irrespective of status has the right to live a dignity life as guaranteed under the Constitution of India.
It said the Rising Youth on multiple occasions, have been approached by the work-charge employees seeking justice as they are burdened by untold miseries arising out of the emotional, financial and social abuses meted out to them due to the negligence of the UDA government.
The Rising Youth opined that the present government’s excuse of ‘lack of funds’ is a farce and total lie – that it is just a gimmick to misappropriate and divert funds meant for the people of Nagaland.
It said appealed to the UDA coalition to release their hard earned salaries immediately without excuse.
(Page News Service)