The Haryana government on Saturday decided to disallow mass casual leave to the state employees to participate in demonstrations or strike or agitations.
In a circular issued by general administration department here, all the administrative secretaries, heads of departments, divisional commissioners, deputy commissioners, managing director or chief executive officer of boards or corporations and registrars of the universities had been asked to comply with the issued circular.
TANWAR SLAMS GOVT
Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee (HPCC) president Ashok Tanwar slammed the Haryana government for banning mass casual leave to government employees.
Talking to mediapersons here, Tanwar said the tovernment’s decision was violation of their constitutional rights. He said that every section of society, including the government employees, was worried over the “wrong polices” of the BJP government.
He said that the government’s decision was highly condemnable as employees needed to hold protests to apprise the government about their demands.
He said the BJP government should fulfil the promises the saffron party made to the people of the state before the assembly elections last year.