Demand For Cash Payment Of Bonus And Dearness Allowance Arrears

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– Resta sent a memorandum to the Chief Minister

Barmer. State President of Rajasthan Senior Teachers Association, Resta, Bheruram Chaudhary and State General Secretary Madan Garhwal have sent a memorandum to the Chief Minister demanding one-time payment of Diwali bonus to the state employees and three months arrears of increased dearness allowance to the employees appointed after 2004. .

Bheruram Choudhary informed that orders have been issued by the Central Government to give Diwali gifts in cash to lakhs of central employees. State employees have deposited more than 80 percent Diwali bonus in GPF even last year. Payment has not been made.

This year, all the state employees were expected to announce 100% cash Diwali bonus, but according to the order of October 25 of the Finance Department, this year also, due to depositing 50 percent bonus in GPF 2004, there is a lot of frustration and anger among the state employees.

Resta Barmer District President Basant Kumar Jani said that the state employees supported the state government shoulder to shoulder during the Corona period and despite not giving Diwali bonus cash even in the last financial year, the employees did not IG any protest and resentment, but this There is a lot of anger among the entire employees of the state due to non-payment of cash bonus even under normal circumstances.

State Chief Patron of Resta Surendra Saharan said that if the cash payment of entire bonus and arrears of dearness allowance is not paid till Diwali, then the organization will forcibly launch a statewide agitation.


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– Resta sent a memorandum to the Chief Minister

Barmer. State President of Rajasthan Senior Teachers Association, Resta, Bheruram Chaudhary and State General Secretary Madan Garhwal have sent a memorandum to the Chief Minister demanding one-time payment of Diwali bonus to the state employees and three months arrears of increased dearness allowance to the employees appointed after 2004. .

Bheruram Choudhary informed that orders have been issued by the Central Government to give Diwali gifts in cash to lakhs of central employees. State employees have deposited more than 80 percent Diwali bonus in GPF even last year. Payment has not been made.

This year, all the state employees were expected to announce 100% cash Diwali bonus, but according to the order of October 25 of the Finance Department, this year also, due to depositing 50 percent bonus in GPF 2004, there is a lot of frustration and anger among the state employees.

Resta Barmer District President Basant Kumar Jani said that the state employees supported the state government shoulder to shoulder during the Corona period and despite not giving Diwali bonus cash even in the last financial year, the employees did not IG any protest and resentment, but this There is a lot of anger among the entire employees of the state due to non-payment of cash bonus even under normal circumstances.

State Chief Patron of Resta Surendra Saharan said that if the cash payment of entire bonus and arrears of dearness allowance is not paid till Diwali, then the organization will forcibly launch a statewide agitation.

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