Srinagar: The Government of J & K on Sunday urged Coordination Committee of the Power Employees to end it’s strike, as the people of UT Jammu and Kashmir are fighting Covid Contagion and nail biting cold.
Department of Information and Public Relation in a series of tweets said that the Government is taking a sympathetic view of the issues raised, has engaged in several round of talks with Coordination Committee of the Power Employees.
“The Government has already agreed on two of their major demands – putting on hold the proposal for formation of JV (joint venture) and ensuring delay in salary is immediately resolved,” it said.
During each round of talks, the government representatives have appealed to the power employees to call off their strike as people in both Jammu and Kashmir divisions are suffering.
“In the wake of Covid contagion and nail-biting cold in both the divisions, the Coordination Committee of the Power Employees is requested to end its strike,” it further said.
According to officials sources meeting is underway in Jammu attended by the officials to end the deadlock.