Temporary workers demonstrated in various government departments, accusing the Bharatiya Janata Party of adopting anti-employee policies and making false and false statements. The leaders of the Front, who gathered outside the exhibition ground under the banner of All Jammu and Kashmir Casual Labor United Front, said that today only the leadership of Kashmir and the leaders of the Front from different areas of the Jammu division have participated in this demonstration. If the central government and the Jammu and Kashmir state administration have this indifferent attitude towards the temporary workers, then in the coming days, the temporary workers of the entire Jammu and Kashmir will come out on the streets.
Front President Tanveer Hussain, leading the protest, said that BJP leaders are misleading the people by making false statements. Criticizing Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s recent statement during his rally in Jammu, Tanveer Hussain said that Amit Shah said his government had implemented the Minimum Wage Act in Jammu and Kashmir. Hussain said that this statement of Amit Shah is entirely false. The temporary workers of the state are still struggling with the demand for implementation of the Minimum Wage Act in Jammu and Kashmir.
Criticizing BJP State President Ravindra Raina’s statement that the demand to make temporary workers permanent should be kept in the list, he said that they have been giving their services since 1994, and today BJP says that they have been kept in the list. He said that he regretted seeing the attitude of the BJP that they brought the BJP to power. Seeking to solve all the issues of temporary workers of Jammu and Kashmir in the upcoming Lok Sabha session, Tanveer Hussain said that the leaders of the Front will go to Delhi before the session begins and if they are not listened to, then in the coming days there will be a comprehensive discussion. After that, the movement will be launched.