PSEB Engineers Association extends support to striking PCS officers association
Kanwar Inder Singh/royalpatiala.in
Today, PSEB Engineers’ Association extends support to striking PCS officers association.
The spokesperson said “PSEB Engineers’ Association reiterates its stands against any kind of corrupt practices but at the same time while dealing with alleged cases of corruption by Vigilance Department due process needs to followed and any high handedness must be avoided. Association stands in solidarity with the call of Punjab Civil Services Association, and requests the CM Punjab Bhagwant Mann to ensure that concerned authorities in Office of Vigilance Department avoid highhandedness and follow the law of the land while dealing with these alleged corruption cases.”
Meanwhile, today a delegation of PCS officers association met the chief minister of Punjab Bahgwant Singh Mann; on the first day of their mass casual leave.
On this the association spokesperson said “apropos the meeting with the Chief Minister Punjab today, we would at the outset like to thank him for the very patient hearing that he gave the delegation of the Punjab Civil Service Officers Association. Never has the Chief Minister of the state shown such empathy towards the members of the cadre for their genuine demands. “
PSEB Engineers Association extends support to striking PCS officers association , whereas earlier in the day Punjab revenue officers, Punjab Transport department officers, dc office staff and other officers, staffs have announced their support to the agitating Punjab civil services (PCS) officers.
IAS officers had also register their resentment with the chief secretary over the registration of vigilance case against IAS officer Neelima in a hurried manner and without following the standard operation procedure (SOP)
As per available information all Tehsildars, Naib Tehsildars,sub-registrars, joint registrars, deputy commissioner office staff Secy RTAs, transport department officers, staff has also announced their support and are participating in the strike.
With the announcement of mass casual leave by the PCS officers, revenue, dc staff, transport department officers and staff of the state government, the government has come to a standstill.