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LABOUR DEPT DID NOT TAKE ANY ACTION ON BBMP AS POURAKARMIKAS WERE NOT MADE PERMANENT WITH SPECIAL RECRUITMENT RULES

 
 
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LABOUR DEPT DID NOT TAKE ANY ACTION ON BBMP AS POURAKARMIKAS WERE NOT MADE PERMANENT WITH SPECIAL RECRUITMENT RULES
by System Administrator - Sunday, 17 May 2020, 8:18 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: Labour commissioner and department did not take any action on BBMP . About 3252 "Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers)) were not made permanent who are on the biometric rolls of BBMP since 01-01-2018 for about two years despite labour department gave them two years time to regularize their services within two years with special recruitment rules which was one of the condition prescribed by labour department while giving exemption from labour Act. The two years' time given is coming to an end on 27-10-2019 and BBMP need to regularise at one go all 32563 "Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers). Instead of regularizing and recruiting 3252 pourakarmikas as per orders 3300 were removed and advertisement issued for recruitment of only 4000 pourakarmikas instead of 3252 pourakarmikas and discrimintary orders were issued on 01-08-2019to place permananat pourakarmikas who are not on biometric attendance to supervisecontract pourakarmikas who are on Biometric attendance.Request is made to withdraw order dated 01-08-2019 and 11-10-2019 by JC West.About 3252 "Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers)) were not made permanent who are on the biometric rolls of BBMP since 01-01-2018 about two years despite labour department gave them two years time to regularize their services within two years with special recruitment ruleswhich was one of the condition prescribed by labour department while giving exemption from labour Act as per Government order UDD 126 BMS 2016 Bengaluru dated 07-08-2017 and Labour Department order Notification LD 92 LDWA 2017 Bengaluru dated 27-10-2017 and Commissioner BBMP Order dated 21-12-2017 to directly appoint them on BBMP rolls on contract basis instead BBMP removed 3300 "Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers) without any notice and without any proof stating that they did not have two years of prior service and issued an advertisement number PR/53& 54 2015-16 Dated 27-08-2019 for recruitment of 4000 "Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers) instead of regularizing 3252 "Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers) as per Government order at the scale of Rs 9600-14550 for "Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers). The two years' time given is coming to an end on 27-10-2019 and BBMP need to regularise at one go all 32563 "Pourakarmikas (Sanitation workers)as they are on BBMP Rolls .Seeking to end years of exploitation by contractors, the State government has decided to absorb outsourced pourakarmikas working for various urban local bodies in the State. The State Cabinet, which met on May 4, has decided to absorb all the contract pourakarmikas in city corporations, city municipal councils, town municipal councils and town panchayats by April 2017, virtually drawing curtains on the contract system of garbage clearance across the State. the Cabinet has also decided to ensure the payment of salaries to the contract pourakarmikas directly from urban local bodies till they are absorbed by the government. "There were complaints that contractors were not giving their full salary and were not paying their Provident Fund (PF) and Employee State Insurance (ESI) dues”.