Protests against anti-people policies of Indian authorities in IIOJK

Jammu-based employees’ protest enters 3oth day

Jammu, June 30 (KMS): People from different walks of life held protest demonstrations against anti-people policies of the local face of Modi-led Indian regime in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

The ongoing protest of All Jammu Based Reserved Category Employees in Jammu entered 30th day, today. The protest at Ambedkar Chowk in Jammu city is being spearheaded by All Jammu Based Reserved Category Employees Association, Kashmir.

The employees raised various slogans and urged the authorities to address their demands, including formation of a comprehensive time-bound transfer policy, utilisation of services of employees in their respective districts and not to pressurise the Jammu-based employees to resume their duties in the prevailing situation in Kashmir Valley. To boost the morale of protesting employees, various socio-religious organizations came forward in their support.

Meanwhile, seeking modification in the Redevelopment Plan for Sabzi Mandi area in Moti Bazar Jammu, the local shopkeepers held a strong protest demonstration against Jammu Municipal Corporation and raised slogans against the JMC authorities

They also took out a march in the area and threatened to continue the protest thus not allowing the authorities concerned to start work, which is scheduled to begin from today. The affected shopkeepers claimed that the faulty plan would not serve the purpose of Smart City Project but only act as cosmetic exercise and wastage of funds.

On the other hand, vehicular traffic on the Reasi-Baradari road was disrupted as people blocked the road in protest against erratic supply of power and drinking water in their area.

The locals of Seela area, including women and children came on road demanding proper water and electricity supply to them.

It is pertinent to mention that the water supply in Reasi has been disrupted due to the strike of PHE daily wagers while the power supply is multiplying the problem.

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