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Women IAS bids have to be taken to go home, permission has to be done: Suicide is doing suicide due to not getting leave, what are the rights if your leave is not approved

Women IAS bids have to be taken to go home, permission has to be done: Suicide is doing suicide due to not getting leave, what are the rights if your leave is not approved

These days, a tweet of a female IAS officer on social media is going viral. In the tweet, the female officer is expressing grief over not being discharged in a shayrana style. After this tweet, there has been a debate on social media about jobs and business holidays. IAS Sumita Mishra in the tweet in the tweet, IAS officer Sumita Mishra wrote on her senior and wrote that "bring it to such a point. Hai jobs have to be obtained from others to go to your own home. " This tweet has been liked by more than 48 thousand people so far, while about 5 thousand people have retweeted it. IAS officers are very active on Twitter. Around 77 thousand people follow him on Twitter. People wrote while sharing the post of funny response IAS, a user wrote, "When the government jobs do not understand the pain of private job employees." Apart from this, a user wrote in his reply that "very much, this is the realization of the top officer ... that is a job, job." IAS officer wrote that in April, IAS officer Arpit Verma in April year A funny application form was shared for. He compared this letter to a broken Hindi and a letter written to Master Ji in childhood. He wrote in the letter, "In service ... Mr. Massab, Secondary School Bundelkhand, Mahuabhav. So it is Masab Aiso that there is a chad rao from two days, which is fever and upper nose, so separated. Aa Pahe. On Tamaye Pau, there is a request that if you give two-four days of leave, then the beds are good and if we come new, then the school should be closed. Jawan RAPF jawans, who were forced to commit suicide, are being forced to commit suicide due to a holiday dispute. Due to lack of discharge on time, the soldiers take such steps due to disturbed. Union Home Minister Amit Shah announced a 100 -day leave to CRAPF personnel in a year in late 2019. Even after four years of the announcement, a hundred day holiday plan could not be implemented. Due to lack of leave, the soldiers have to go through mental pressure. Surprisingly, the soldiers are not even getting the prescribed holidays under the current rules. Due to the low number, there is a lot of duty on duty. Troubled due to many reasons, CRAPF jawans shoot themselves. This happens due to heavy pressure of duty. On the other hand, its responsible commandant is also there. Apart from this, the place where the 'company' has to go, its number is fulfilled and due to this, the soldiers are not able to be discharged. If you exploit, how to do the Complaint, if you are exploited by a company, then the labor court against it is against it. Can complain in Before complaining, the company whose complaint is going to be made in the labor court, you should have that company's certificate, offer letter, agreement letter, salary proof. There should be two people who can testify with you to complain in the labor court. When you complain against a company in the labor court, then you are given a copy of the complaint and along with it to the company. A notice is sent. Within 30 days, the company manager will have to appear in the labor court. Your case should be heard in 45 days, because if your case is not heard within 45 days, then your case will be sent to the next labor court. Employees will now have to work for 180 days to take annual holidays, under earlier provisions they had to work 240 days. Although there has been no increase for employees in holiday days. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 23rd 2022, 2:11 am
Amitesh Kumar
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