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Group D employees association criticise contractual sytem
CoochBehar (WB), Feb 12 (PTI) The West Bengal Group-D Employees' Association today criticised the contractual system of appointment in different departments by the state government.

"It is a bid to replace the permanent appointment system," delegates at the 41st biennial state conference of the association alleged here during the meeting.

They also condemned the government for keeping vacant posts lying vacant for a long as a result existing employees have to bear the workload. This is also encouraging unnecessary expenditure of government money, they observed.

The delegates demanded strict measures to stop corruption in the administrative system and strict implementation of the punctual attendance policy. They also demanded introduction of Bengali as mandatory at all levels in government offices and releasing of notifications and instructions in

More than 800 delegates form different districts had attended the four-day conference which concluded here today.

The association of group-D employees is the largest organisation affiliated with the State Co-ordination Committee.

A 61-member working committee and 24-member central secretariat were formed from the conference. Jaydeb Chakraborty and Biplab Dey Sarkar were appointed president and secretary respectively.

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