J&K Govt Issues Warning to All Government Employees

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Jammu and Kashmir Government Issues Warning Against Employee Demonstrations and Strikes

Jammu and Kashmir, India – In a recent official memorandum, the General Administration Department of Jammu and Kashmir has addressed the issue of government employees resorting to demonstrations and strikes to press for certain demands.

Citing Rule 20(ii) of the Jammu and Kashmir Government Employees (Conduct) Rules, 1971, the directive unequivocally states, “No Government employee shall resort to or in any way abet any form of strike in connection with any matter pertaining to his service or the service of any other Government employee.”

This stern message underscores the gravity of the situation and the potential consequences for employees who engage in such activities. It is emphasized that these rules are not mere declarations but have legal implications that may result in disciplinary action.

The government has called upon all Administrative Secretaries to disseminate these instructions to employees within their respective departments, urging them to refrain from participating in unwarranted demonstrations and strikes. Such actions are considered serious acts of indiscipline and misconduct.

Furthermore, the departments have been directed to take stringent disciplinary measures against any employee(s) found organizing or participating in demonstrations and strikes, in strict accordance with the aforementioned rule.

This official communication is a reminder to government employees in Jammu and Kashmir to adhere to the established regulations regarding their conduct and refrain from any activities that may disrupt public services. The government remains committed to maintaining discipline and order within its workforce.

For more information, individuals are encouraged to refer to the complete O.M. No. GAD-ADMOIII/158/2023-09-GAD dated 3rd November 2023.

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