Haryana News: Patwari Association strike till January 31, Haryana government ready for talks

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Haryana News: Patwari Association strike till January 31, Haryana government ready for talks

Haryana News: The government has agreed to appease the Revenue Patwaris and Kanungo Association, which is on strike from January 3, 2024 over revision of pay scale and Assured Career Promotion (ACP) in Haryana. ACS Anurag Rastogi of the Ministry of Finance invited officials of the Revenue Patwari and Kanungo Association for a discussion on January 29. Any important decision can be taken in the meeting to eliminate salary discrepancy and ACP. At the same time, the association has extended the strike until January 31st. Due to the strike, farm work at Patwari offices has come to a standstill.

The work has been stopped since the beginning of the new year

Patwaris and law enforcement agencies in the state are continuing their protest in the tehsils at the behest of the association. Due to the strike, people in the tehsils are facing many problems. Many types of works under Patwari and Kanungo, including land registration and transfer, are not carried out. Since the beginning of the new year, all people’s work has completely stopped.

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The offer to meet came

The association, continuing to comply with its demands, has extended the strike until January 31st. Due to this strike by patwaris, the government has already suffered revenue loss to the tune of crores of rupees. Jaibir Chahal, director of Patwari Revenue Department and Kanungo Association, said an offer for a meeting was received from ACS Anurag Rastogi on Monday.

Members of the Revenue Patwar and Kanungo Association have been on strike since January 3 with demands such as elimination of salary disparity and permanent employment of patwaris. Initially there was a three-day strike, but it was extended due to the government’s indifferent attitude. The striking employees also receive support from social organizations, which increases enthusiasm among the patwaris.

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