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SRINAGAR — J&K Employees Coordination Committee (JKECC) has urged the LG administration to facilitate government offices’ staff to leave one hour before the office leaving time during the month of Ramadan.

In a statement issued to the news agency CNS, President JKECC/Chairman, JKTA and National Convener/National Secretary, IPSEF Shah Fayaz said that in the holy month of Ramadan, employees should be given relief by curtailment in working hours during the month of blessings and forgiveness in order to attend Iftar on time.

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Shah further added that employees working in different offices and institutions should be given one-hour early departure so that employees will attend Iftar on time and it will boost the morale of employees. Besides, it will be a welcome gesture from the LG Administration.

In this regard, JKECC, an amalgam of employees of Jammu & Kashmir UT in particular and Indian Public Service Employees Federation in general, appeals LG Manoj Sinha; Chief Secretary Dr. AK Mehta, IAS; Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, AK Bidhuri and Divisional Commissioner Jammu Ramesh Kumar, IAS to address this demand of employees.

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