SRO 202 Revoked In J&K, Here’s What You Need To Know

By | June 18, 2020
SRO 202 Revoked In J&K

SRO 202 Revoked In J&K: The government satisfied the long-term demand of its recruited employees according to the 2015 Jammu and Kashmir Special Recruitment Rules (SRO 202), and has changed them today by issuing the 202 Jammu and Kashmir Special Recruitment Rules (Amendment).

These rules were issued by order of the Vice Governor of the J&K Union Territory.

Rules 8, 9 and 10 of the previous ordinance were amended so that probation, fixed remuneration and allowances for existing employees who work according to these rules were only granted after two years instead of the five years mentioned above.

Ravinder Raina warmly greeted everyone working in different departments of Jammu and Kashmir as part of this SRO 202, as well as all future young applicants for government services. He said that the decision to lift the SRO 202 will now greatly ease the J&K youth who previously felt disadvantaged due to the conditions exposed by the SRO.

Raina said the BJP always took a firm stance on the youth of Jammu and Kashmir who worked hard to get rid of the SRO 202. She said that the BJP commissioned the issue of youth welfare in the region from all sides at all possible levels.

Ravinder Raina thanked the Union Minister of the Interior, Amit Shah, Dr. Jitendra Singh and other senior leaders on the task and resolving the issue, saying that the endeavors of all of us have ultimately led to results, and the government of the Territory of The Union issued the order in favor of the honorable Vice Governor of J&K Youth from Jammu and Kashmir.

In addition, the new rule 13 of the amended rules stipulates that employees who have been on duty for more than two years also receive the fictitious benefit until June 30, 2020 and cash benefit from July 1, 2020. Employees who would complete their probationary period after July 1, 2020, as amended by the special recruitment rules of Jammu and Kashmir (amendment) 2020, are entitled to cash benefits from the end of their employment. Proof.