Employment assistants demand removal of government official from Meghnagar tehsil for abusing them

Meghnagar (Jhabua district, Madhya Pradesh): Panchayat job assistants and secretaries on Thursday launched slogans against Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) Akash Singh and submitted a memorandum to Janpad CEO Virendra Singh Rawat demanding his impeachment. They protested SDM’s indecent behavior towards them.

SDM Akash Singh took charge 3 days ago. Amliamal village panchayat employment assistant Gaurav Panchal alleged that SDM called the employment assistants delegation to his office on May 19. When the employment assistant arrived at the SDM office, he mistreated them.

He said those in the hallway of SDM’s office witnessed the whole incident. This decision by employment assistants to seek the removal of SDM was supported by Secretary Meghnagar Panchayat’s organization.

Employment assistants who failed to meet their goals of registering 20 people for Ayushman cards by panchayat were summoned by SDM to his office. This was followed by directives issued by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who ordered 100% registration and the issuance of Ayushman cards to eligible people.

Panchayat job assistants from Amliamal village were called in on May 18, but they arrived at the office the following evening due to bad weather in Madrani. SDM Singh has been reprimanded for his irresponsible behavior.

If the matter is not resolved quickly, the employees of the department will raise protests under the aegis of the Mixed Union of Employees.

The president of the Association of Employment Assistants, Gaurav Panchal, said some of the employment assistants, including him, went to the SDM office where they were mistreated. “Our protest will continue until Akash Singh is removed from his post as Meghnagar SDM,” he said.

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Posted on: Friday May 21, 2021 1:05 PM IST

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