In fact, this decision was taken because some revenue officers and employees of the Deputy Commissioner’s office had called for a strike in the past. Flood situation persists in some areas of Punjab. In such a situation, the government says on this matter that the situation will worsen if the officers and employees are on strike. The Chief Minister has also tweeted on this matter.
Bhagwant Mann said a big thing through tweet
The head of Punjab government has said a big thing regarding this matter. During this, he wrote in a tweet, “Some government employees who get high salaries are saying that they will go on strike… By harassing people, you are not fulfilling the responsibility of your work… If you have to go on a pen strike, then listen, the government will decide that. What to do with the remaining pens? For all of us, the public should come first… Legitimate demands have been accepted earlier also, they will be accepted now also… But the demands placed forcefully on the third day will not be accepted.”
Why are government employees on strike in Punjab?
If seen, the Bhagwant Mann government of Punjab is making all-round development in all areas. The government says that all the legitimate demands will definitely be met. But the demands being imposed without any reason will not be accepted at all. Although you are all free to strike.
Let us tell you that the ‘Deputy Commissioner’s Office Employees Union’ had talked about stopping work and going on strike regarding their various demands. It is being told that the information about this strike was given by the Revenue Patwar Union and Revenue employees on Friday. Actually this case is about the registration of corruption against Kanungo and Patwari in Sangrur district. Apart from this, there are many other demands of the employees. Now it has to be seen how the Punjab government moves forward in this matter.
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