Punjab

Revenue officers on mass leave for indefinite period from Thursday

dilbag singh | December 08, 2021 04:16 PM

 

NAKODAR /SHAHKOT/NURMAHAL Punjab Revenue Officers Association has decided to proceed on mass leave for indefinite period from Thursday.

Association President Gurdev Singh Dham said  that association has decided three points of action under which officers will proceed on mass leave from Thursday for indefinite period, will held a protest rally at DSP Vigilance office, Hoshiarpur on Friday  from 11AM to 2 PM, and on Saturday  all associations will hold rally and march to CM house at Morinda from 11 AM to 4 PM.

He said that the Revenue Officers Association Punjab (PROA), Revenue Kanugo Association, the Revenue Patwari Union, the DCOE Union, Punjab, DCOE Union Jalandhar Unit and Kapurthala unit with outside support from PCS officers Association is on continuous strike from November 22. in case of illegal arrest of Sandeep Kumar, Naib Tehsildar and Manjit Singh, registry clerk Mahilpur Tehsil Garshankar  Hoshiarpur.

Punjab Revenue Officers Association is demanding an immediate impartial inquiry and cancellation of illegal FIR..

He said that a delegation of the Association on Wednesday met Aruna Chaudhary, Revenue Minister Punjab and FCR Punjab to know the reason of indifferent attitude and status of action taken against delinquent officers DSP vigilance Niranjan Singh and I.O. Inspector Chamkor Singh but of no avail ..

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