KU Non-teaching JAC stages black badge protest

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Kakatiya University Non-teaching Associations JAC members staged a black badge protest on the campus here on Tuesday demanding filling up of vacant ministerial posts in the university.

Hanamkonda: Kakatiya University Non-teaching Associations JAC members staged a black badge protest on the campus here on Tuesday demanding filling up of vacant ministerial posts in the university.

They staged a dharna in front of examination branch and shouted slogans demanding the university administration to address their demands. It might be noted that the JAC comprising eight non-teaching staff associations have planned a series protests beginning on Tuesday.

They planned a silent protest on December 13, a bike rally on December 14, a maha dharna on December 15, pen down protest on December 16, a candle light rally on December 17 and finally university bandh on December 18 to put pressure on the administration. They presented a charter of 20-demands to the administration recently.

The JAC leaders M Narayana Rao, Narasimha Murthy, Shaganti Srinivas B Chukka Rao, M Satyanarayana, N Yellaiah, P Vishnuvardhan, P Ashok Babu, Ch Prabhakar and others demanded the university administration to initiate immediate measures to address their demands.

The demands include - health cards to all employees, minimum wages to casual labourers, filling up of backlog posts, promotions to daily wage class IV employees, recognising senior daily wage employees as time-scale employees, regularising time-scale employees and clear their PRC dues, withdrawal of CPS, sanctioning of new posts for newly set up departments and colleges.

They also wanted jobs to family members of daily wage and temporary employees in the case of death of the employee on compassionate grounds. The Registrar Prof K Purushotham held discussions with the JAC leaders and promised to look in their demands.

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