Saleem Yousuf

Baramulla 25 Nov :

After more than 16 employees of the Municipal Committee Pattan (MCP) in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district were found unauthorisedly absent from their duties in the latter part of the day on Saturday, the Executive Officer of MCP sought explanations from them within two days.

Reliable sources told CNS that the unauthorised absence of over 16 employees was found by the MCP’s Executive Officer Oruja Mohi ud Din during her surprise visit at around 3:30 pm.

With the employees leaving the office earlier and adhering to the rules, the Executive Officer has directed all the absent employees to explain their position in writing within two days’ time, sources said.

Following the incident, locals also alleged that the MCP’s most of employees have become habitual of leaving the office as per their will due to which they have been “suffering badly”.

Meanwhile, Executive Officer MC Pattan Oruja Mohi ud Din told CNS that she sought an explanation from employees for leaving office earlier i.e. 3:30 pm instead of 4:30 pm.

She said that the employees, who were found in dereliction of their duties, were given two days’ time for explanation and their salaries were also withheld. (CNS)


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