CIC Operators of RDD (J&K) Urge Administration for salary hike on International Labour Day


Srinagar : 01.05.2024 .  On this Labour Day, the Community Information Centre (CIC) Operators of the Rural Development Department (RDD) in Jammu and Kashmir are speaking up against what they perceive as a grave injustice. Despite their qualifications and years of service, these CIC operators find themselves at the bottom of the pay scale, paying a mere Rs. 333 per day, far below the stipulated minimum wage.

Recruited through a rigorous selection process back in 2004, these highly skilled youths are now voicing their plea for fair compensation. Their plea is not merely about finances; it reflects the stark reality of their lives. For these CIC operators, the current wage disparity translates into a daily struggle for survival, marked by hardship and suffering.

In a heartfelt appeal to the LG Administration, the CIC Operators of RDD (J&K) implore the authorities to address their salary hike issue promptly. They call for adherence to the Minimum Wage Act, emphasizing the importance of equitable pay for all workers. Their message on this Labour Day resonates with a call for justice and fairness in the wages, highlighting the need for immediate action to rectify their salary hike plight.


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