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Adhere to governor order: Organization

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  2 March 2016 12:00 AM GMT


Itagar, March 1: Claiming non-compliance of Governor’s February 10 order directing cancellation of irregular officiating/ functiol and out of turn promotion in every department, the Aruchal Youth Organization (AYO) has demanded strict implementation of the said order in the state.

Addressing media persons, AYO General Secretary Kaling Tasing said that members of the organization had earlier called upon all the concern Secretaries, Commissioners and Chief Secretary seeking early implementation of the order but none of the departments had so far fully implemented the order.

“We have also submitted a representation to the state Chief Secretary on October 12 last year, demanding transparency in DDO powers conferred upon HoDs of district headquarters which should be monitored by a Joint Secretary rank officer besides, non-posting of department heads and officers under Grade A&B at a division for more than three years but the issue has not been addressed till date,” he claimed.

While terming the grievances which the All Aruchal Affected, Functiol Government Employees Forum (AAAOFGEF) had placed before the Governor as illegitimate and against the interest of the state’s people, Tasing further sought early upgrading of state government’s recruitment rules.

The AYO has further urged organizations like the Nyishi Elite Society (NES) and All Nyishi Students’ Union (ANSU) to desist from commulizing the issue and work towards development of society.

It has also expressed concern over the rampant encroachment of government quarters in Capital Complex and various district headquarters.

“An enquiry from the department of housing has revealed that a total of 108 government quarters have been demolished and multi-storey buildings have been constructed at the same site”, it added.

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