Members of Jammu Kashmir Employees Coordination Committee (JKECC)
Members of Jammu Kashmir Employees Coordination Committee (JKECC)

SRINAGAR — Jammu Kashmir Employees Coordination Committee (JKECC) on Monday urged the J&K Administration for three-day special casual leave for Jammu-based Muslim employees working in the Valley to enable them to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr with their families and sought a full day special leave for Muslim employees on the day of Arafah.

As per the news agency CNS, the President of JKECC Shah Fayaz has requested the J&K Administration to announce three-day special leave for Jammu-based Muslim employees, who are working in the Valley so that they could celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr in their homes along with families.

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Fayaz has also requested a full day of special leave for all Muslim employees on the Arafah, a day before Eid for preparations.

“I request LG Manoj Sinha, Chief Secretary Atul Duloo and Divisional Commissioner Kashmir to kindly have a considerate view of demands and issue necessary orders in this regard,” President JKECC said.

He said that the majority of the concerned employees are either heads of their families or the lone-earning souls of their families.

“So, it is requested on humanitarian grounds that such employees may kindly be given relief in terms of three days of special casual leave on the special occasion of Eid ul Fitr. It will be a favour for which the JKECC would be highly indebted to higher-ups and hopefully, the submission may be considered and orders be issued in this regard as soon as possible,” said Shah Fayaz.

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