DU employees wage information: Plea claims instructing, non-teaching employees in DU not paid for final 5 months: HC seeks AAP’s reply


NEW DELHI: The Delhi Excessive Courtroom has sought the AAP authorities and Delhi College’s responses on a plea which has claimed that for the final 5 months salaries and different emoluments of serving instructing and non-teaching employees haven’t been paid by their respective faculties. Justice Jyoti SIngh issued discover to the Delhi authorities and DU in search of their stand by November 20 on the petition by an organisation representing the instructing and non-teaching employees.

The organisation, Social Democratic Lecturers’ Entrance, has additionally claimed in its plea that even the retiral advantages of the pensioners haven’t been paid.

It has contended that the non-payment of the salaries and retiral advantages is inflicting hardship to the instructing and non-teaching employees, each serving and retired, in the course of the prevailing COVID-19 state of affairs.

Through the transient listening to, the Delhi authorities informed the courtroom that instructions have been issued to the respective faculties to launch the excellent salaries of the instructing and non-teaching employees from the College students Society Fund pending the completion of particular audits.