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Arunachal officers to go on mass casual leave next week

All the APCS cadre officers posted within and outside the state shall be proceeding on casual leave in protest against the non-fulfilment of the various demands of APCSOA

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Itanagar: The civil servants of the hilly state of Arunachal Pradesh, under the banner of the Arunachal Pradesh Civil Service Officers Association, have, on National Civil Services Day, decided to go on a four-day mass casual leave next week in protest against the non-fulfilment of their various demands by the State Government, a senior official said on Friday.  

“The Arunachal Pradesh Civil Service Officers Association (APCSOA) has announced four days’ mass casual leave from April 25 (Tuesday) to April 28 (Friday),” APCSOA general secretary Nangram Pingkap informed, adding that the decision to this effect was taken by the central executive committee of the Association in an emergency meeting convened here this evening.

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All the APCS cadre officers posted within and outside the state of Arunachal Pradesh shall be proceeding on casual leave during this period in protest against the non-fulfilment of the various demands of APCSOA, as well as undermining of the interests of the APCS cadre by the state government. The same (information) has been intimated to the office of the Chief Secretary, Arunachal Pradesh, he said.

“The undermining of the interests of the State Civil Service cadre is uncalled for & unacceptable,” remarked the APCSOA, adding that several representations have been submitted to competent authorities from time to time regarding the various issues of the APCS cadre.

APCSOA had earlier this month agreed to defer the proposed two-day mass casual leave (April 10-11) following a ‘fruitful’ meeting chaired by Home Minister cum State Govt Spokesperson Bamang Felix on April 7 last.

APCSOA has been insisting on the posting of Urban Local Bodies (ULB) Director, the revocation of the abeyance order in respect of the posting of APCS officer as IT director, a timely convening of DPC and timely induction into IAS, and the review of guidelines pertaining to the transfer and posting of APCS officers, among others.

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