Striking PCS officers association got another boost; PWD (B&R) Engineers Association extends support
Kanwar Inder Singh/ royalpatiala.in
After the revenue department, transport department, dc offices, PSEB Engineers Association, MC employee’s, Confederation of the Associations of Excise and Taxation Department, Punjab support, now the striking Association has got shot in the arm as Engineers Association PWD (B&R),Punjab has also extended their support to them.
Today, the association has passed a resolution to support the striking PCS Officers Association.
Striking PCS officers association got another boost; PWD (B&R) Engineers Association extends support. The general secretary Er Jasbir Singh Sodhi of the association said “the Executive Committee of the Engineers Association, PWD (B&R), Punjab has decided to support the officers of Punjab Civil Services Officers Association due to undue harassment by state Vigilance department. The association strongly condemns the undue interference, highhandedness and insensitivity of the vigilance department in dealing with the issue. The Engineer Association is and will always be against corruption. The association appeals to the Punjab government to immediately stop this interference and harassment of all officers.”
Yesterday the striking association members delegation had also met the chief minister of Punjab. However, the situation is such that the Association finds itself constrained to request the Chief Minister to act in the matter to:
Ensure that Narinder Singh Dhaliwal is released from custody
FIR is registered against the officers of the Vigilance Bureau who framed Tarsem Chand PCS and that they are immediately arrested and placed under
A concrete undertaking that SOP in matters of enquiries and registration of FIR’s would be prepared within a week and also a review of all Enquiries lodged by the Vigilance Bureau against all government officers irrespective of
A timeline regarding cancellation/quashing of the FIR against Narinder Singh Dhaliwal be withdrawn.
The association spokesperson added that “it is now within the powers of the government to decide as to the date on which the PCS officers come back to their duties.”